Three Vital Documentaries Return Virtually to The Little

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Three Vital Documentaries Return Virtually to The Little

Three vital documentaries return virtually to The Little.

Download the trio here ($15 for all three):

Typically with virtual movies, the proceeds are split between the distributor and The Little. We will be donating our portion of the proceeds on these three films to Yoga 4 A Good Hood.

The docs:

I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO: Filmmaker Raoul Peck envisions the book James Baldwin never finished — a personal account of the lives and assassinations of Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. I Am Not Your Negro debuted at The Little in Feb. 2017, as the first film in The Black Cinema Series, presented by The Rochester Association of Black Journalists and The Little.

WHOSE STREETS?: Sabaah Folayan's debut film details the 2014 Ferguson protests. Whose Streets? debuted at the 2017 One Take Film Festival, co-presented with the Rochester Association of Black Journalists and The Black Cinema Series. Director Sabaag Folayan was at The Little for a post-screening Q&A.

TONI MORRISON: THE PIECES I AM: An intimate meditation on the life and works of the legendary storyteller and Nobel prize-winner, Toni Morrison. This documentary debuted at the 2019 One Take Film Festival.

These films are presented by The Black Cinema Series and partner Rochester Association of Black Journalists, along with the One Take Documentary series and festival (OTFF). 

WHOSE STREETS?, I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO, and TONI: MORRISON THE PIECES I AM are available in one package. Note: These links do NOT expire. They're yours to keep.