How did your life collide with the headlines in 2007?
Iraq, the subprime crisis, Facebook, immigration, oil prices - 2007 had no shortage of hefty headlines. We'd like to hear about how these and other major news events of the past year affected you.
Where did your life collide with the news in 2007?
The 1930s is remembered as the golden age of Hollywood, when small towns had a palatial movie theaters, and stars like Clark Gable, Charlie Chaplin and Shirley Temple lit up the screen. But, even then, Hollywood didn't have a monopoly on filmmaking. Some of the nation's first independent filmmakers worked during those years, and in the true sense of the word. Weekend America's Michael May follows a film archivist who has been tracing the path of Melton Barker, a so-called itinerant filmmaker, from the era.