I’m Charlie Walker is executive produced by William O’Keeffe, while Charlie T.Walker, Mike Regen, and Patrick Gilles serve as producers.
FAMM films is a San Francisco and Los Angeles-based multi-media company that focuses on context inspired by City by The Bay. Walter the Great was penned by San Francisco-based writer and journalist Andrew Chamings.
This is based on a true story, Mike Colter stars as construction entrepreneur Charlie Walker who despite obstacles can crack a contract to clean the coastline after an oil spill threatened San Francisco Bay during the early 1970s. The cast also includes Dylan Baker, Mark Leslie Ford, Steven Wiig, Carl Lumbly, and Emma.
The film recounts the racial discrimination Walker endured as he tried to save the coastline while fighting racism from the company that hired him in the first place. Fighting spirit is a sensation and an inspiration as learning to fight against the odds without fear and do what needs to be done.
In 1971, two oil tankers violently collided off the San Francisco spilling millions of gallons of crude oil creating an environmental disaster.
The belief that different races possess distinct characteristics or qualities, especially to distinguish them is a heart-breaking feeling, and the morals, self-confidence goes down that is hard to regain. The trust slowly starts to fade out.
As a hard worker, Charlie is represented as someone who puts in all his efforts and ends up becoming something of a local hero in his initiative to save the coastline. Mark Harris (“black and privileged ”, “black coffee”) serves as an associate producer.
The film is produced by FAMM Films and distributed by Shout! Studios. The film also gives us an account of the endurance of Walker with only three trucks, aspiring work ethics, and adoration.
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