I Am Not Your Negro (2016)

Oct 1, 2016 | Biography, Documentary, History

Director: Raoul Peck

Writer(s): Raoul Peck, James Baldwin

Starring: Samuel L. Jackson, James Baldwin, Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, Medgar Evers, Robert F. Kennedy, Harry Belafonte, Paul Weiss, Dick Cavett, H. Rap Brown, Bob Dylan, Leander Perez, Sidney Poitier, Ray Charles, Doris Day, Gary Cooper, Tony Curtis, Clinton Rosemond, Joan Crawford, Rod Steiger, Richard Widmark, Fay Wray, Marlon Brando, Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Charlton Heston, Michelle Obama, Willie Best, George W. Bush, Kenneth Clark, Stepin Fetchit, Shumerria Harris, Audrey Hepburn, J. Edgar Hoover, Coretta Scott King, Rodney King, Barack Obama, Cathy Salvodon, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Joey Starr, John Wayne, Billy Dee Williams, George Bancroft, Louise Beavers, Dorothy Black, Earl Bostic, Sidney Bracey, Godfrey Cambridge, John Carradine, Linda Darnell, Norma Drew, Carol Haney, Arte Johnson, Noble Johnson, James B. Lowe, Claudia McNeil, Thomas Mitchell, Jack Mower, Gene Nelson, Vivien Oakland, Louise Platt, S.Z. Sakall, Isabel Sanford, George Siegmann, Claire Trevor, Lester Vail

Synopsis:  Writer James Baldwin tells the story of race in modern America with his unfinished novel, Remember This House. READ REVIEW

Release Date: October 1, 2016 (USA) | Length: 95 min | Genre: Documentary, Biography | MPAA Rating: NR

Note: This film originally premiered in the US at the NYFF (New York Film Festival) on October 1, 2016. Release date was changed to February 3, 2017 after Magnolia Pictures acquired the North American rights to the film.