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Stanley Nelson
Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker, MacArthur “genius” Fellow, Natl Humanities Medalist, Founder , Dir. MILES DAVIS: BIRTH OF THE COOL
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Stanley Nelson May 15
Join me on June 4 for THE NEW BLACK. Yoruba Richen tells the story of the fight to win marriage equality and charts the evolution of this divisive issue within the Black community. Come to celebrate & with us RSVP:
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Stanley Nelson May 15
If you haven't visited the to preserve and explore your family history you're missing out. It's an important part of the pilgrimage to the museum.
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Smithsonian NMAAHC May 14
African Americans crafted possibilities in a world that denied them opportunities. BOSS: THE BLACK EXPERIENCE IN BUSINESS, is a new film covering 150 years of Black business leadership. Stream the full documentary for free via until 5/22:
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Independent Lens|PBS May 15
Follow the journeys of two native Hawaiian men ending their prison terms thousands of miles away from their home state. Stream on the app.
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Smithsonian NMAAHC May 15
Today, we celebrate activist Diane Nash. She was a founding member of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). She was only 22 years old when she led voting rights sit-ins and marches in Nashville with her fellow students:
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Stanley Nelson May 14
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The Montclair Times May 14
After the Montclair Film Festival screening of the documentary "Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool" on Friday, director , second from left, was joined (left to right) by residents JoAnn McCullough, , Radika Eccles and .
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Democracy Now! May 13
Tulsa Officials to Oversee Search for Mass Graves Nearly 100 Years After 1921 Race Massacre
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A-Doc May 13
So many members part of the amazing community - to name a few!
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Chicken & Egg Pics May 14
😍📣 Opp alert! Documentary Lab is an 18-month fellowship program that supports filmmakers from racially and ethnically underrepresented communities working on their first or second feature length documentary film. Deadline: June 17.
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Stanley Nelson May 13
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The Montclair Times May 10
Replying to @PBSAmerMasters
I am glad especially that they interviewed Frances Taylor, Miles Davis’ wife, before her passing last Thanksgiving. I also can’t believe it took 15 years to make this, the last two actually in production. Kudos to persistence.
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TheDocSociety May 13
📢 The open call for 's Documentary Lab is now open! This 18month program that supports filmmakers from racially & ethnically underrepresented communities working on their 1st or 2nd feature doc. Deadline to apply is June 17
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MdFF / The Parkway May 9
Replying to @StanleyNelson1
Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool director in conversation with Elissa Blount Moorhead post-screening. A powerful documentary of an amazing musical force.
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C.Austin May 9
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Clarene Mitchell May 9
Did you see BOSS The Black Experience in Business documentary on in April? It is an excellent look at the history of Black business
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MdFF / The Parkway May 9
Replying to @StanleyNelson1
"You know, as a documentary filmmaker, you come across someone like Frances Taylor and you know you've hit a gold nugget." — on one of the film's crowd favorite interviewees.
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Stanley Nelson May 13
Replying to @Sha_Clack_Clack
Thank you!
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Nother Brother Ent. May 11
EXCLUSIVE VIDEO of talking with before the screening of his documentary :Birth of the Cool. 📲:
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Errin Haines Whack May 10
If you loved , are looking for your next fix and won’t be a screaming auntie/play cousin in the stands at a graduation this weekend, I highly recommend streaming this fantastic ⁦⁩ documentary. 👩🏾‍🎓
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