Just found out that Mike’s film, I’M CHARLIE WALKER is available for home media release. This is through both Amazon and Shout Factory. The link below is for the Amazon release. If you can please purchase this and support the filmmakers and creatives. Also show Mike some love. Click on the box art to order.
I wanted to give a heads up on where you can stream Mike’s film I’M CHARLIE WALKER. It’s available on Amazon. I’m going to implore you to go and watch this. If you’re a Mike Colter fan, which you would have to be to be here on the site, please take a look at this. Mike is amazing in it. And a personal thank you to @CWMovie1971 and on @imcharliewalkerfilm for their generous donation to help keep MIKE COLTER ONLINE online. Thank you so much.
Mike’s film I’M CHARLIE WALKER is now available on streaming platforms. Please support him and the filmmakers by going to the various platforms to stream. It helps the actors and the creatives associated with these films. Click on the graphic below for more information.
Mike’s film I’M CHARLIE WALKER is based on a real life event. Below is a little information on that.
‘I’m Charlie Walker’ Revisits One Of the Biggest Oil Spill Clean Ups In History
The biopic, ‘I’m Charlie Walker’, starring Mike Colter who played the epic character of Luke Cage is heading to the big screen.
Back in 1971, the story of Charlie Walker, a Black Man with one truck and big dreams began. In the early morning of Jan. 18, 1971, two tankers owned by Standard Oil collided under the Golden Gate Bridge, spilling 800,000 gallons of oil spilled into the San Francisco Bay. It would be the largest oil spill in Bay Area history, and an event that changed Charlie’s life forever.
After the spill, 99 percent of the workers were unionized white truckers, hired to clean up the city’s major tourist draws, but through sheer luck and persistence, Walker landed a contract to clean up distant Stinson Beach in Marin. He got the job none of the white truckers wanted nor did they want to take orders from a Black man. His smarts and tenacity rubbed a lot of “white folks” the wrong way, simply for being present.
Despite constant racial tensions, 5 Million Dollars and 30 Days later Charlie managed to clean up the coastline in record time to the States satisfaction. The oil company continued to harass Charlie all the way to criminal court. Charlie Walker is an 88 year old living legend that fought the system and won.
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We have a trailer for Mike’s film I’M CHARLIE WALKER. The film tells the true story of Charlie Walker, an entrepreneur who helps clean up a massive oil spill along the coast of California in 1971.
Mike’s film I’M CHARLIE WALKER has found a distributor. Read on….
Shout! Studios Acquires Rights To Drama ‘I’m Charlie Walker’ Starring Mike Colter
EXCLUSIVE: Shout! Studios has acquired North American rights to FAMM Films’ topical drama I’m Charlie Walker, starring Mike Colter (Evil, Marvel’s Luke Cage), following a competitive bidding situation. Shout! Factory’s multi-platform entertainment distribution and production arm plans to release the film across all major entertainment platforms, beginning with a theatrical day-and-date launch later this year.
The film based on a true story picks up in 1971, as two oil tankers violently collide off the San Francisco coast, spilling millions of gallons of crude oil and creating an environmental disaster. Against all odds, trucking and construction entrepreneur Charlie Walker (Colter) is then able to secure one of the most lucrative contracts to clean the coastline threatening much of the San Francisco Bay, with only three trucks, an incredible work ethic and a whole lot of heart. Pic recounts the racial discrimination Walker endured as he tries to save the coastline, all while fighting institutional racism from the very company that hired him in the first place.
’m Charlie Walker was written and directed by Patrick Gilles (Olive). Dylan Baker (Hunters), Safiya Fredericks (Sorry to Bother You), Mark Leslie Ford (Jamojaya), Steven Wiig (Milk), Emma Caulfield Ford (WandaVision), Greg Cipes (The Fast & the Furious), Monica Barbaro (Top Gun: Maverick) and Carl Lumbly (The Falcon & the Winter Soldier) round out the cast of the film, featuring a special appearance by former San Francisco Mayor Willie L. Brown, Jr. Charlie Walker and Mike Regen produced, with William O’Keeffe exec producing. Mark Harris, Jordan Fields and John Rotella served as associate producers.
“I’m Charlie Walker is the equally charming and profound true story of one courageous and resourceful man’s triumph over racial prejudice,” said Shout! Studios’ Vice President of Acquisitions, Jordan Fields. “Mike Colter, Dylan Baker and Safiya Fredericks deliver undeniably winning performances, and we’re eager to share this story with audiences at a time when it’s needed most.”
“I was a witness to Charlie Walker’s amazing story of grit and determination in the face of adversity as it unfolded in San Francisco back in 1971,” added the Honorable Mayor Willie L. Brown, Jr. “To finally see his triumphant life story hit the big screen with a major motion picture brings a huge smile to my face.”
FAMM Films is a San Francisco and Los Angeles based multi-media company that focuses on content inspired by the City by The Bay. Up next from the company is Walter The Great, penned by San Francisco-based writer and journalist Andrew Chamings.
Recent releases from Shout! Studios include the critically acclaimed Western Old Henry, starring Tim Blake Nelson; the action thriller Castle Falls, directed by Dolph Lundgren and starring Scott Adkins and Lundgren; the dramedy Language Lessons, directed by Natalie Morales and starring Morales and Mark Duplass; the dramedy Misbehaviour, starring Keira Knightley and Gugu Mbatha-Raw; Standing Up, Falling Down, starring Ben Schwartz and Billy Crystal; the action-thriller Take Back, starring Mickey Rourke and Michael Jai White; and the documentary features A Crime on the Bayou and Women In Motion: Nichelle Nichols Star Trek and the Remaking of NASA.
Fields and Vice President of Business Affairs Steven Katz negotiated the deal for I’m Charlie Walker on behalf of Shout! Studios, with Mike Regen on behalf of FAMM Films and Sean Pope of Ramo Law.