Originally published 07/17/2015
The historian behind the BBC’s new documentary — Britain’s Forgotten Slave Owners — tells The Voice why unearthing these stories is so important
"The idea that slavery is over-exposed is a myth," says David Olusoga.
Originally published 04/28/2015
Dreamed of for decades by African-American leader Ernie Broadnax, finally turned into reality over the past two years by director Phil Broxham with the help of the Elgin History Museum, the documentary has finally debuted.
Originally published 01/29/2015
‘Night Will Fall’ Examines the Making of a 1945 Holocaust Documentary
Originally published 01/23/2015
The project is now indefinitely shelved, partly because Mr. Clinton insisted on more control over the interview questions and final version than Mr. Scorsese was willing to give.
Originally published 10/28/2014
It ushered in age of negative campaign ads, highlighted by “Daisy” spot.
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