Martin Luther King: An Amazing Grace

We are proud to present a screening of the only first black-produced documentary on the iconic civil rights leader. This 1978 film provides a historical overview of Dr. King’s life, with excerpts from his most famous speeches. It also features interviews on Dr. King’s legacy with such notable figures as Stokely Carmichael and Rev. Jesse… Learn More

The Black Cinema Is… Sergio Mims introduces “Broken Strings”

The story is as familiar as Hollywood: a classical musician whose career has been thwarted by injury channels his frustrated desires into his son’s career, but his son would rather play swing music. But the cast is all black, and the film was made for the Jim Crow-era network of independent theaters for black patrons… Learn More