"CSA" ventures a glimpse into a world where the South won the American Civil War. Using hybridized factual and fictional elements, this faux documentary, in the format of a British produced television special, details the "grand" history of the nation as it fights to preserve its way of life. Through the aid of racist
television commercials and newsbreaks, we observe Lincoln exiled to Canada, chattel slavery imposed on all non-Aryans, conquest of Latin America, an alliance with Hitler, Cold War with Canada and a Slave Shopping Channel that spurs the economy.
As the United States expands its influence over the world, black men pack its prisons and the country is its most divided in over a century between two distinctly different political views, the film explores who actually won the hearts and minds of the American psyche.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Kevin Willmot was born in the mid-1950s in peaceful Junction City, Kansas...where he grew up to be a political and civil rights activist. A graduate of NYU, Kevin has script sales to Oliver Stone, Chris Columbus, Whoopi Goldberg and others. He cowrote the popular television miniseries, "THE 70s" and has written many plays, including "T MONEY AND WOLF" which was produced by the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.
His first film, "NINTH STREET", was distributed on video in 1999. He has directed various television programs and is an Assistant Professor at Kansas University in Lawrence, Ks where he resides with his wife, Becky, and five children.