Michael Moore is America's foremost activist documentary filmmaker. From his debut film"Roger & Me," to Fareheit 911, Michael Moore is famous for his provocative (and often hilarious) populist documentaries.
Warrington Hudlin is a media community organizer, celebrated filmmaker, film curator, and Internet producer.
RECENT SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS: the Black Academy of Arts and Letters in Dallas, Texas, TV Op Festival at Columbia College, Tribeca Film Festival, Columbia University Film School, and the Amistad Center for Arts & Culture at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum in Hartford, CT.
This important new 30-minute documentary film by Tania Cuevas-Martinez and Lubna Khalid focuses on the current issues of racial profiling and hate crimes on the rise in the United States since September 11. "Haters," journeys through key historical periods and contains personal accounts from victims as well as interviews with prominent activists and theorists. Featuring spoken word by Suheir Hammad (currently performing in "Def Poetry Jam," the hot new cutting edge presentation of performance poetry on Broadway.)