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Film: “David & Me”

Bushwick man David McCallum was jailed for kidnapping and murder in 1986, when he was just 16 years old. McCallum has consistently claimed that he was wrongfully convicted. He is now 44, and the star of David & Me–a documentary that campaigns for a review of his case, and chronicles his friendship with young filmmaker Ray Klonsky. Playing as part of the Manhattan Film Festival.

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New Doc: Has a Bushwick Man Served 29 Years For a Murder He Didn’t Commit?

Ray Klonsky first encountered David McCallum nine years ago, when Klonsky (now 29) was in college and McCallum (now 44) was 19 long years into a life sentence. Then as now, McCallum was languishing in Otisville Correctional Facility—incarcerated for a crime he claims he did not commit.
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Help These Guys Finish a Documentary About a Basketball Hero Who Overcame a Crack Addiction

Get a load of this story: The most promising college basketball recruit of his time gets nabbed for buying crack cocaine, then later gets shot in the chest THREE TIMES while attempting to buy more crack and still, after overcoming his addiction to crack, somehow makes it to the NBA.
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