Docs about the Civil Rights Movement

“We are not makers of history. We are made by history” —Martin Luther King Jr. MLK/FBI, currently streaming via IFC Films, is director Sam Pollard’s
I never intended to become a documentary filmmaker in 1986 when I accepted the receptionist position at a science-focused production company. A year
Director Dawn Porter (Gideon's Army, Trapped) felt equipped for the documentary John Lewis: Good Trouble. She had, after all, interviewed the US
This Monday, we remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the legacy of the Civil Rights movement. Check out our curated list of documentary films and series on Dr. King and the civil rights era.
True SouthBy Jon ElseIllustrated. 404 pages. Viking. $30.A corollary of the old adage, "You can't tell a book by its cover," may be, "You can tell a
Set against the backdrop of a country trying to find its footing amidst the still-burning embers of the 1960s' demand for racial equality, Stanley
Over the next month, we at IDA will be introducing our community to the filmmakers whose work is represented in the DocuWeeksTM Theatrical Documentary