Sergio Mims is a film critic and historian and is the host and producer of the weekly Bad Mutha’ Film Show WHPK-FM (88.5PM Chicago) as along as the classical music format chief for the station with his own weekly music show. A screenwriter and appears every week on the Movie Madness podcast on the Now Playing Network
He is also the co-founder and co-programmer of the Black Harvest Film Festival in Chicago which is one of the largest black film festivals in the world and which this year celebrated its 27th continuous year A former member of the Director's Guild of America as an assistant director both here in Chicago and Los Angeles and Mims is also a member of the Chicago Film Critics Association and is also a commentator for Blu-ray DVDs for Vinegar Syndrome, Kino Lorber and Arrow Films
A feature analyzing John Ford's Sergeant Rutledge, and its place in the history of the Western.
A look at one of the most important and valuable Blu-ray releases of the year, which brings to light important aspects of black and cinema history that must not be forgotten.
A review of the History Channel remake of the landmark mini-series, "Roots."
An interview with director Charles Burnett.
An interview with the legendary animator Floyd Norman.