Thursday, May 17th, 7:00pm Malcolm's Echo Dami Akinnusi, 2009, 41 min. Narrated By Prof. James Smalls, this award winning documentary travels in the footsteps of Bro. Malcolm's travels through Harlem. Includes music, spoken word and statements dedicated to Malcolm X by several Harlem residents and well known personalities.
The Autobiography Of El Hajj Malik el Shabazz, Malcolm X Gil Noble, 1991, 60 min. A "Like It Is" television program special presentation produced, written and reported by the late, great Gil Noble. This documentary utilizes "the actual words" of Malcolm's biography in covering his life on film. Featuring music by the Last Poets, rare interviews with various members of his family and tons of archival footage of Malcolm X's speeches.
"I Walked With Bro. Malcolm": Panel Discussion With the Elders Who Walked and Worked With Malcolm X This historic panel will avoid the usual panel format of scholars, writers and activist "experts" by providing a rare and revealing opportunity for the audience to actually hear "1st hand" from those former Nation Of Islam and OAAU members that were loyal to Malcolm X and who actually walked & worked along side him until his assassination.
"By Any Means Necessary: Malcolm X: Real, Not Reinvented" Book Party & Reception
Maysles Cinema (View)
343 Lenox Ave.
New York, NY 10027