Blood Done Sign My Name (2010)

Feb 19, 2010 | Drama, General Film

Director: Jeb Stuart

Writer(s): Jeb Stuart, Tim Tyson (book)

Starring: Michael Rooker, Natalie Alyn Lind, Emily Alyn Lind, Ricky Schroder, Nick Searcy, Susan Walters, Lee Norris, Lela Rochon, Omar Benson Miller, Gregory Alan Williams, Gattlin Griffith, Donna Biscoe, Nate Parker, Milauna Jackson, Darrin Dewitt Henson, Mike Pniewski, Afemo Omilami, Cullen Moss, Rhoda Griffis, Christine Horn, Addy Miller, Sandra Ellis Lafferty, Michael May, Lori Beth Sikes, E. Roger Mitchell, Martin Thompson, Markice Moore, Sahr Ngaujah, Frank Hoyt Taylor, Danny Vinson, Tim Parati, Lee Spencer, Bonnie Johnson, Paula Deming, Shon Wilson, Michael Harding, Leslie Riley, Nicholas Azarian, Vanessa Ore, Bridget Gethins, Sasha Morfaw, Rachel St. Gelais, Ron Prather, Marty Terry, Steven St. Gelais, Catherine Trail, Michael Stanton Kennedy, Renee St. Gelais, Andrew R. Kaplan, D.A. Hänks, Marlo Scheitler, Leon Pridgen, David Lowe, Justin M. Boyd, Todd Davis, Taylor August, Thomas Elliott, Lem Collins, Ed Wagenseller, Matthew Scarboro, Marc Soper, Jess Barbour, Tommy Hahn, Andrew James, Logan Siu, Mia Clarke, Gezell Fleming, Southey Blanton, Shalita McFarland, Michael G. Plumides Jr., Trey Greene, Geordie White, A.C. Sanford, Corinne Biazzo, Emily Pierce, Joshua P. Dease, Janice Mitchell Wyatt, Lynette McKinney, Chandler George Brown, Tristan Adamczuk, David Ramsey, Matthew Glass, Christopher Houldsworth, Cooper Musgrove, Eamonn Vickless, Leila Mallouky, Janine Lorraine, Gil Johnson, Omar Searcy, Jeff Johnston, Bailey Knowles, Evelyn Foley, Jordyn Scheitler, Brendan Sibley, Rob G. Wise Sr., Emily Hammond, Rahsheem Shabazz, Blake Smith, Ray Kendrick, Chris Crutchfield, Savannah Stilwell, Steve Fortner, Shane Wyatt, Emily Alsdorf, Jaysun Webb, Ashli Neal, Patrick J. McNulty, Natalie Glass, Darrell Barr, Tirea Cozort, Alinn Piccirillo, Joseph Tucker, Meredith Glass, Jason Darby, Tonia Barrino, Carver Johns, Kristin Jann-Fischer, Rachel Fontaine Tatge, Sarah Ellen Watson, Jasmine Scheitler, Zaniya Hancock, Jordan Avery, Colin Stuart, Mary D. Williams, Dominic M. Lee, Lindsey Sherrin, Phillip Loftin, Jerry Adams, Azariah Jones, Bob Wyatt, Richard Gaither, Jaime Channing, Kylene T. Edson, Michael Siu, Kenny Roach, Haven Wilson, April Asaro, Stephen Summerlin, John Rutland, Eboni O’Steen, Moses D. Gardner III, Mandy Lynn Johnson, Chaz McNeil, Zoe Stilwell, Ciara Avery, Bryan Fulton, Caitlyn Brarens, Montrey Gordy, Travis Sloan, Jeremy Duckworth, Colleen Ann Guest, Thomas Upchurch, Joseph Kimray, Dave Gray, Jack Stecher, Alyssa Brunson, Jay Schmitt, Paul B. Murray, Lisa Jo Glass, Tré Neal, Jennifer Hinson, Kathleen Piccirillo, Matt Scarboro, Bria Lindsey, Alvin Williams Jr., Torey Dixon, Kindra Heilpern, Katie Karambelas, Jack Brarens, Wes Butler, John Allen, Toochukwu T.C. Anyachonkeya, Tara-Nicole Azarian, Jerry Cashman, Taylor-Grace Davis, Amber Renee Dundee, Dennis Gomez, Shelby D. Henderson, John Edward Layton, Cody Lowe, Bill Martin, McPherson, Tyler Mercereau, Maurice Nimmons, Donald Norris Jr., George Peroulas, Edd Robinson, Shane D. Smith, Ron Stafford, Rob Wise, Brandi Alyssa Young

Synopsis: A drama based on the true story in which a black Vietnam-era veteran is allegedly murdered by a local white businessman who is later exonerated. The plot focuses on the role of a local high school teacher and the civil unrest that followed the acquittal.

Release Date: February 19, 2010 (USA) | Length: 128 min | Genre: Drama | MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for an intense scene of violence, thematic material involving racism, and for language.