The Millions does it again, finds and presents something of great interest and value to fiction writers. In this case it’s a 15-minute gem of William Faulkner (offered in five 3-minute segments, as the technology of the time was so limited) just after he’d won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1949. These short films show Faulkner in his home town of Oxford, Mississippi, interacting with friends and neighbors and giving a graduation speech to the high school. It’s scripted to show Faulkner at his interpersonal and philosophic best, which is pretty damned good. Each brief segment provides memorable stuff. Enjoy.