Raoul Peck

Raoul Peck appears in the following:

Why James Baldwin's Activism Matters Today

Wednesday, February 08, 2017

Director Raoul Peck discusses his documentary, “I Am Not Your Negro,” based on the writings of James Baldwin, which highlights the historical civil rights movement and more recent events

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How I Got Over: 'I Am Not Your Negro' Filmmaker Raoul Peck in Conversation

Thursday, February 02, 2017

WNYC's Rebecca Carroll talks with Peck about his Oscar-nominated documentary on James Baldwin, the prescience of the writer's work and his indictment of American racism.

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“Fatal Assistance” and Post-Earthquake Haiti

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Award-winning Haitian-born filmmaker Raoul Peck discusses the challenging, colossal rebuilding efforts in post-earthquake Haiti. His film “Fatal Assistance” is an indictment of the international community’s post-disaster idealism and looks at the complexity of the reconstruction process, the impact of worldwide humanitarian and development aid, and reveals the failures. “Fatal Assistance” is playing at Film Society of Lincoln Center's Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center June 19, at 6:30, and at IFC Center June 20, at 7:00 pm, as part of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival.

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Putting Politics in Pictures

Thursday, June 07, 2007

Raoul Peck, former political activist, director of the films Lumumba and Sometimes in April, talks about his life as a political activist-turned film director.

Event: Sundance at BAM Screening and discussion of four documentarians featuring Raoul Peck (LUMUMBA), Barbara Kopple (SHUT UP AND SING), and Nick Broomfield ...

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