I Am Not Your Negro 2016 M
3.30PM Sat 20 Jan 2018
GOMA | Cinema A | Free
Raoul Peck's uses writer and social critic James Baldwin's unfinished manuscript 'Remember this House' as the basis for a seething analysis of racism in the United States. The book was to be a revolutionary, personal account of the lives and assassinations of three of Baldwin's close friends: Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. Narrated by Samuel L Jackson, Peck's film is part biography and historical account, as well as a powerful visual essay exposing overt and covert forms of racism in the United States.
DCP, 1.78:1, COLOUR/BLACK AND WHITE, 93 MINUTES, SWITZERLAND/FRANCE/BELGIUM/UNITED STATES, ENGLISH/FRENCH / DIRECTOR: RAOUL PECK / SCRIPT: JAMES BALDWIN, RAOUL PECK / CINEMATOGRAPHERS: HENRY ADEBONOJO, BILL ROSS, TURNER ROSS / EDITOR: ALEXANDRA STRAUSS / NARRATOR: SAMUEL L JACKSON / MUSIC: ALEXEI AIGUI / PRODUCTION CO: VELVET FILM / PRINT SOURCE/RIGHTS: MADMAN ENTERTAINMENT