THE BLACK POWER MIXTAPE (FILM)
Next to Civil Rights, the Black Panther movement was one of the most prevalent struggles to ever develop in the United States. Unfortunately, because of racial undertones and national censorship, many of the movement's most candid moments and key players were kept out of the free press and public eye. Fortunately, the Swedish media had taken a keen interest in the struggle. Not only did they document it, but they archived it for over 30 years! Now, that footage has been recovered to create The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975, a compelling 9-part documentary that depicts the movement in a profound, rarely-seen and poignant perspective! The film is directed by Göran Hugo Olsson, with support from Danny Glover and Louverture Films, and commentary and music from the likes of Erykah Badu, Harry Belafonte and Questlove.