We have filmmaker Joe Winston on to discuss his new movie, ‘Punch 9 for Harold Washington, “The story of Harold Washington, elected in 1983 as Chicago's first African-American Mayor, the political battles he fought, and his legacy to Chicago and the nation.”
Joe has worked professionally in film and video since 1990. Recently, he edited the film "Flannery" which airs on PBS' American Masters March 23, 2021. His documentary film, "What's the Matter with Kansas?" was named "one of the Ten Best Documentaries of 2009" by Roger Ebert. Recently he did field producing for "Citizen Koch," a new documentary which debuted at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.