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Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
A treasure trove of interviews and footage from the late 1960s and early 1970s provides a fascinating snapshot of the US Civil Rights struggle in this insightful documentary. Filmed by Swedish TV journalists during the turbulent era, these atmospheric images have been edited together with modern voiceover commentary from some of today’s leading African-American figures, to chart the evolution of the Black Power Movement, and reflect on its legacy. The result is a compelling visual and aural collage that puts the battle for equality and change into its social and political context, as it touches on everything from black style and music to the more incendiary topics of ghetto poverty, pervasive racism, and the impact of high-profile assassinations and the Vietnam War.
This outstanding documentary investigates September 15, 1963 - the day a bomb exploded inside an American church that had an all-black congregation.
11+ years 102 mins
Powerful epic from famed director Spike Lee about the life of late African-American black liberation movement leader Malcolm X.
14+ years 197 mins
This powerful documentary, narrated by Samuel L. Jackson, questions the case of America's longest-held solitary confinement prisoners.
14+ years 84 mins
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Film can be an excellent way to educate young people on the historic and modern fights for black equality, and to highlight and challenge racial...
A selection of films looking at international representations of Black History across cinema.
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