Filmmaker Follows Grandparents Tracks in ‘Everyone But Two’
BY ANTHONY C HAYES, BALTIMORE POST-EXAMINER
MAY 8, 2020. BALTIMORE — For most Americans, the idea of international travel is on a Covid-19-induced hiatus. Even coastal cruises and continental air trips may get a hard look, once the pandemic subsides. But for families like those of Baltimore filmmaker Carla Brown, life’s greatest adventures have always started at the end of their driveway and unfolded on the open road.
Baltimore Filmmaker Documents Grandparents’ Travel In RV During Civil Rights
BY STACY BROWN, BALTIMORE TIMES
MARCH 27, 2020. Carla Joelle Brown is nearing completion of a new film that documents her grandparents’ journey in a RV around the country in the 1960s— during the heart of the civil rights movement when racism and discrimination made such travel nearly impossible for African Americans
For A New Documentary, This Filmmaker Retraced The Travels Her Grandparents Took By RV
BY DEANNA TAYLOR, TRAVEL NOIRE
FEBRUARY 27,2020. Baltimore native Carla Brown never imagined that filmmaking would become her life. The Visual Arts major always had the ability to look at things from a different perspective and she also loved travel. After being inspired by her own grandparents and their travels, she decided to set out on a journey like none other.
On The Road Again: One Woman’s Journey To Discover The Story Of Her Grandparents’ RV Adventures
BY SUSAN BLUTTMAN, RV INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION
FEBRUARY 27,2020. Every family has its history, its stories. Maybe we hear them when we are children, and distracted by other things, don’t listen. But sometimes, when we are older and more interested, they may reveal a treasure of information.
APRIL 8, 2019. We return to a previous guest, Carla, as we get an update on her documentary, her travels, and what she plans to do next. We talk getting hangry and the stress of planning big trips. Don’t forget to listen to #37: Everyone But Two to catch the first part of her interview.
Everyone But Two Producer Krystal Tingle Southern Producers Lab 2019 Fellow
March 12, 2019. The Southern Producers Lab 2019, produced and presented by the New Orleans Film Society, is a three-day event (March 20-22, 2019) designed to bring together emerging, diverse producers from around the South for an intensive series of workshops, panels, one-on-one mentoring sessions, and networking opportunities. 2019 Lab participants and advisors are announced on the left tab..
OCTOBER 19, 2018. Join our discussions as we talk with guest, Carla Brown, Director and Writer of the upcoming documentary EVERYONE BUT TWO: THE LIFE, LOVE & TRAVEL OF BENJAMIN AND FRANCES GRAHAM. Hosts Ren and Cam discuss the passion behind the story, the importance of taking paid time off, and why road trip travel is affordable.
My grandparents visited almost every state in the country at a time when few other African Americans took the risk of traveling.
BY CARLA JOELLE BROWN, LENNY LETTER
OCTOBER 2, 2018. Many of you may have never heard of the publication the Negro Motorist Green Book, created by Victor H. Green, an African American postal worker from Harlem. Published from 1936 to 1967, the guide listed specific cities, entertainment venues, accommodations, and other businesses that were known to be tolerant of and welcoming to African American travelers.
Over 35 years, 94,000 miles and 48 states, the Grahams, a black couple from Baltimore, savored each adventure
BY JACQUES KELLY, THE BALTIMORE SUN
JULY 25, 2018. Over 35 years, 94,000 miles and 48 states, the Grahams, a black couple from Baltimore, savored each adventure: Local filmmaker Carla Joelle Brown is creating a documentary about her maternal grandparents, a postal worker and a school teacher, who began their travels while living on Arunah Avenue in West Baltimore.
DECEMBER 14, 2017. Philosophers study it. Poets write about it. Crooners sing about its ability to bewitch, bother, and bewilder us all. Today, we’re talking about life and, yes, love with artist and documentarian Carla Joelle Brown.
Everyone but two: a love story of national park travels in the 60's African American Nature & Parks Experience
BY TERESA BAKER, AFRICAN AMERICAN NATURE & PARKS EXPERIENCE
NOVEMBER 29, 2017. Everyone but two: a love story of national park travels in the 60’s: Everyone But Two, a story of an African American family traveling the country by trailer, during one of the most turbulent times in history. A story told by their granddaughter, Carla Brown.
FEBRUARY 6, 2017. Docs In Progress is pleased to announce the participants in our Fellowship Program. Selected through a competitive application process, these ten Fellows represent emerging documentary filmmakers with a variety of professional backgrounds and at different stages of their current documentaries-in-progress.
APRIL 22, 2014: The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA) is pleased to announce the 13 artists selected for the inaugural Rubys Artist Project Grants. Awards from $2,000 to $10,000 were made to support artists that reflect a diversity of talent and creativity for projects including immersive theater, interactive media experiences, documentary film and musical composition.
APRIL 25, 2014. As an interdisciplinary artist, Carla Brown often uses printmaking and photography to explore themes of gender, race and family in her artwork. That personal exploration grew to encompass her family and make a documentary about her grandparents' experience traveling across the country in the 1960s and '70s.