While the interview with King took place over the course of a week, the footage was edited down to 60 minutes and titled Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.: A Personal Portrait. It includes King speaking about the Civil Rights Movement and the Vietnam War, and a conversation with his wife Coretta. It had never been screened publicly until it was premiered January 28, 2013, at the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton, followed by the screening at the Parrish Art Museum.
Watch the video below to see Silano discuss the film with interviewer Brenda Simmons on her show Voices of Wisdom.