The Koch Brothers: Godfathers of Greed

On June 20, 2012, in Films in Production, by admin

Public Interest Pictures is proud to present this classic American tale of greed, power, and family, from the forthcoming film PAY 2 PLAY.

On Citizens United Anniversary, Reform is Brewing

On January 26, 2011, in Films in Production, by John Wellington Ennis

This anniversary of Citizens United, instead of ceding control to anonymous corporate credit lines, people across the country are taking a public stand to show that they’re not letting this go. If anything, the vocal resistance to the Citizens United decision has only grown over the past year as more people recognized the reckless misinformation fueling campaigns in 2010.

When Karl Rove Squeals, You’re Doing Something Right

On October 13, 2010, in Articles, Films in Production, by John Wellington Ennis

Rove puts on a show as if he has somehow been wronged because he knows that once he’s tainted as the guy overrun with corporate money from only the most sinister industries, the money people won’t risk getting associated with him.

A Race Against Big Money

On September 28, 2010, in Articles, Films in Production, by John Wellington Ennis

Surya Yalamanchili — or simply, “Chili” — showed me how he has managed a streamlined campaign depending on individual donors while proving his moxie as a public servant by running his own show.

Ohio Underdog: Surya Yalamanchili Wins Primary for U.S. House

On May 6, 2010, in Articles, Films in Production, by John Wellington Ennis

In a race that drew national attention in its closing days over allegations of race-baiting and conspiracies, the winner of the Democratic Primary for U.S. Representative in Ohio’s 2nd Congressional District is political newcomer Surya Yalamanchili.

Ohio Candidate Rebukes Keith Olbermann for Calling Him World’s Worst Person

On May 3, 2010, in Articles, Films in Production, by John Wellington Ennis

In this exclusive sit-down interview for The Huffington Post, David Krikorian takes the opportunity to respond to Keith Olbermann for naming Krikorian the “Worst Person in the World,” as well as hit back at those who had singled him out, particularly Ohio party leaders.

U.S. Rep. Jean Schmidt’s Contenders

On April 30, 2010, in Articles, Films in Production, by John Wellington Ennis

Ohio has long been romanticized as a microcosm of America and a bellwether for national politics. Yet primary elections are a pivotal point in our democratic process, and it often goes ignored by the media and the public, even on the local level.

On the Ohio Campaign Trail: Jennifer Brunner’s Drive for U.S. Senate

On April 21, 2010, in Articles, Films in Production, by John Wellington Ennis

Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner took the time to speak to me as she embarked on the maiden voyage of her “Courage Express” — a school bus with a shiny makeover, a modest alternative to the rock star-quality campaign tour bus that typically rents for two grand a week.