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iciHaiti - Movies : Raoul Peck was acclaimed at the Toronto Film Festival
05/10/2016 09:40:07

iciHaiti - Movies : Raoul Peck was acclaimed at the Toronto Film Festival
Renowned filmmaker and former Haitian Minister of Culture, Raoul Peck was acclaimed at Toronto International Film Festival Film (TIFF) https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-18561-haiti-culture-haiti-in-the-spotlight-at-the-toronto-international-film-festival.html for its non-contracted documentary "Am Not Your Negro".

Presented in world premiere at TIFF, "Am Not Your Negro" won the Audience Award. A good start for the documentary of Peck, expected at the New York Film Festival in October.

The documentary features three black icons linked, suddenly disappeared: Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. all assassinated, taken from the unfinished work of African-American writer James Baldwin, writer (1924-1987), which documented both the life that the murder of Martin Luther King Jr, of Medgar Evers, who was their friend as well as the tragic fate of Malcolm X. Peck reconstitutes the book dealing with the issue of race in the United States and brings to the screen the words used by Baldwin interested in the recurring racial problem in the United States, scene of riots in recent years because of blacks killed without real justification by the forces of order.

The voice of Samuel Jackson is used in the original version of the film and that of Joey Starr for version (dubbed) French.

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