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I Am Not Your Negro

Watch THR’s Full, Uncensored Documentary Roundtable With ‘O.J.,’ ‘I Am Not Your Negro,’ ‘Weiner’ Filmmakers and More

THR's Writer Roundtable brings together Ezra Edelman ('O.J.: Made in America'), Werner Herzog ('Into the Inferno,' 'Lo and Behold'), Kirsten Johnson ('Cameraperson'), Josh Kriegman ('Weiner'), Raoul…

Oscars: Doc Nominees Take on New Importance in Trump Era

Nonfiction films from 'O.J.: Made in America' to '13th' turn a razor-sharp eye on figures and topics that still resonate.

Oscars: Why 15 Widely Different Shortlisted Docs Can’t Be Set to One Standard

From the epic 'O.J.: Made in America' to the touchingly intimate 'Gleason' and 'Life, Animated,' this year's documentary line-up ranges across the globe with films that stretch the non-fiction format…

Berlin Festival Unveils First Panorama Titles

Raoul Peck's 'I Am Not Your Negro' and Kitty Green's 'Casting JonBenet' are among the titles that will screen in the sidebar.

Critics’ Picks: The 10 Best Documentaries of the Year

THR's film critics rank the best non-fiction films of 2016, including a staggering look at race, murder and celebrity in L.A., a riveting portrait of a scandal-plagued politician and a disturbing…

Documentary Roundtable: ‘O.J.,’ ‘Weiner’ Filmmakers and 4 More on Dealing With Death Onscreen and When to Turn the Camera Off

THR gathered six non-fiction filmmakers — Ezra Edelman ('O.J.: Made in America'), Werner Herzog ('Into the Inferno,' 'Lo and Behold'), Kirsten Johnson ('Cameraperson'), Josh Kriegman ('Weiner')…

MoMA, Hammer Museum Contenders Series to Include Screenings of ‘Arrival,’ ‘Loving,’ ‘Nocturnal Animals’ (Exclusive)

THR is the official media sponsor of the series, which features awards hopefuls and post-screening discussions with filmmakers and actors.

‘La La Land,’ ‘I Am Not Your Negro’ Take Audience Awards at Hamptons Film Festival

Other noteworthy titles that were awarded at the end of the annual event include documentary 'The Eagle Huntress' and Bryan Cranston-starrer 'Wakefield,' directed by Robin Swicord.

‘I Am Not Your Negro’: Film Review | TIFF 2016

Read by Samuel L. Jackson, the words of writer James Baldwin link three American civil rights activists — Medgar Evers, Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X — in Raoul Peck's documentary.

Toronto: James Baldwin Doc ‘I Am Not Your Negro’ Nabbed by Magnolia Pictures for North America

Raoul Peck's film is based on Baldwin's unfinished book, 'Remember This House.'