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RENTAL INFO: Looking for Ms. Locklear is now available for online rental for only $1.99! If you’ve never seen our award winning movie, now’s your chance.

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NOTE: If you’re outside of the US, there IS a way to watch Amazon Video on Demand. However, we can’t endorse or recommend that. If you really want to see the movie, you can still buy the region-free DVD.

SPECIAL DVD DISCOUNT: The DVD is available through CreateSpace for $14.99. We’re offering a special $5 discount to members of our social network, the RhettandLinKommunity. Join the Kommunity, get the coupon.

In addition to the hour-long movie, the DVD contains: a director’s commentary, over half an hour of deleted scenes and extra footage, a special word from us, and full-res versions of some of our best-known web videos. Plus, it’s formatted for ALL regions across the globe.

2008 – Looking for Ms. Locklear (Feature Documentary)

We met in first grade in Ms. Locklear’s class. During the summer of 2006, we decided to search for our beloved teacher. We chose not to use the internet or the telephone, but instead to rely on face-to-face contact with people. Looking for Ms. Locklear is a documentary chronicling our search, which led us far from home and into the company of a host of characters. The movie prominently features the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina, as our search led us to the center of Lumbee culture, Pembroke, NC.

The film screened at a number of film festivals across the country and was warmly received by both audiences and judges. Become a fan on Facebook or MySpace.


As the 2008 recipient of the Southern Lens Award from South Carolina Public Television, the film will screen on South Carolina PBS. More info.

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Watch the Trailer – 3:54


Marshall Deese

December 22, 2012 6:26 pm


thanks guys for the video that you sent to my wife,since it was made ,her father has passed away and she looks at it often ,thanks again