by Adam Fischer
Friday Buriel Clay Theater 7:30pm
In 1948, in Mobile, Alabama, a black man named Rayfield Davis was beaten to death by a white man who was not prosecuted. The crime was forgotten until 2012 when a Northeastern law student was assigned to investigate – culminating in a shocking conclusion.
Murder in Mobile is a film about race, murder, and one family’s search for the truth 70 years later.
Director Biography – Adam Fischer
I spent 12 years travelling the world, producing and directing a variety of shows and documentaries for television.
In 2017, I relocated to Boston, specifically Northeastern University, for the opportunity to concentrate purely on documentary storytelling and shining a global spotlight on topics that deserve and demand our attention.