For more than thirty years, Bryan Stevenson has worked to bring justice to the justice system. Now, his fight is coming to HBO.
The Kunhardt's directed HBO's new jaw-dropping documentary, "True Justice: Bryan Stevenson's Fight For Equality".
Hinton is a focus in HBO's new documentary "True Justice: Bryan Stevenson's Fight For Equality".
Before I meet with Bryan Stevenson, I tour the museum he opened around the corner from his office.
Bryan Stevenson moved to Alabama in 1989 to fight for prisoners' rights. Now his selfless work on their behalf is the subject of an HBO documentary.
In advance of the HBO documentary "True Justice: Bryan Stevenson's Fight for Equality, lawyer Bryan Stevenson talks to Chris Hayes about the trajectory of our criminal justice system.
Bryan Stevenson has dedicated his career to fighting racial injustice. He and his team at the Equal Justice Initiative won reversals, relief, or release for more than 135 wrongly condemned death row prisoners. He's also successfully argued five Supreme Court cases. The new HBO documentary, "True Justice: Bryan Stevenson's Fight for Equality," shows his life story, including his fight to create the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, the country's only memorial dedicated to lynching victims. Stevenson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his decades-long fight for equality.
An HBO documentary about Bryan Stevenson sounds an urgent call to examine the nation’s past, from slavery to lynching.
In advance of HBO’s documentary “True Justice: Bryan Stevenson’s Fight for Equality,” Lester speaks with the lawyer and activist about the American legacy of slavery and how it shaped the country’s justice system.
Bryan Stevenson lives a fairly ascetic existence, devoting his time and energy to fighting institutional racism and social injustice as a lawyer. Yet Stevenson is turning into a media star: a best-selling author and the founder of a museum and memorial, he is now the subject of a new documentary, “True Justice”, which debuts Wednesday on HBO.
In “True Justice,” the Equal Justice Initiative founder connects the dots between enslavement and death sentences for Black people—and breaks down why he is committed to ending mass incarceration.
Though his name is in the title and incidents from his personal story are told, “True Justice: Bryan Stevenson’s Fight For Equality” is not really a biographical documentary.
Rather this coolly passionate film mostly deals with Stevenson’s thoughts rather than his life, providing an involving examination and analysis of the ideas (and ideals) that consume the man’s every waking moment.
With their complementary sets of skills at work, the Kunhardt family has made some very impressive contributions to the world of film, with new and exciting upcoming releases to note.
Opening the festival is True Justice: Bryan Stevenson's Fight for Equality, directed by Peter, George and Teddy Kunhardt, which follows Stevenson's research into slavery, segregation and mass incarceration and his subsequent founding of the Equal Justice Initiative in Alabama.
AFI Docs 2019 will open with the world premiere of HBO’s True Justice: Bryan Stevenson’s First For Equality. Directed and produced by Peter Kunhardt, George Kunhardt and Teddy Kunhardt, the film provides an intimate portrait of Bryan Stevenson (pictured), founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, Alabama. Stevenson and his staff have won reversals, relief or release for more than 140 wrongly condemned prisoners on death row.
AFI DOCS 2019 will open with the world premiere of HBO’s True Justice: Bryan Stevenson’s Fight For Equality, directed by Peter Kunhardt, George Kunhardt and Teddy Kunhardt, and will close with Raise Hell: The Life & Times Of Molly Ivins, directed by Janice Engel. AFI DOCS runs June 19–23, 2019, in Washington, DC, and Silver Spring, MD.
HBO is set to air a documentary on the life of Bryan Stevenson, an Alabama public interest attorney who has led a fight against inequality for African Americans in the U.S.’s criminal justice system. The network announced Monday that “True Justice: Bryan Stevenson’s Fight for Equality” will debut June 26 on the premium cable network and on their streaming platforms.
The doc will center on Bryan Stevenson and his work in the criminal justice system. The work of Bryan Stevenson, the Alabama public interest attorney and founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, is getting the documentary treatment via HBO.
A conversation about King in the Wilderness with Executive Producer Trey Ellis and Columbia University Professor Jelani Cobb.
Sometimes we take for granted Atlanta’s living history as the home of civil rights. That was reinforced to me on the evening of Wednesday, Sept. 5 when the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation hosted a program featuring the documentary – King in the Wilderness – on the last three years of Martin Luther King Jr.’s life.
2018 Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation's Speaker Series featuring HBO's King in the Wilderness.
Speaker series include: Penelope McPhee - Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, President Jacquelyn Glover, HBO Documentary Films, Senior Vice President Maya Mumma, Editor Rev. Dr. Bernard LaFayette, Jr., Film Participant Dr. C.T. Vivian, Film Participant Taylor Branch, Author, Historian and Executive Producer Peter Kunhardt, Director Fran Sterling, BlueShift Co-Founder & Partner Ayana Gabriel, Arthur Blank Family Foundation Program Officer Wednesday, September 5, 2018
2018 Student Leaders Panel hosted by Bank of America with Kunhardt Film Foundation. Moderated by: Andrew Plepler, Global Head of ESG, Bank of America Panelists: Peter Kunhardt, Director Bernard LaFayette, Film Participant Matthew Henderson, Associate Producer Teddy Kunhardt, Producer Rick Wade, Senior Advisor for President Obama's Campaigns
HBO’s ‘King in the Wilderness’ Offers New Insight Into Martin Luther King Jr.’s Darkest Days - April 2, 2018
It is incredibly difficult to make a documentary on a high-profile subject that feels fresh; these kinds of films often either get caught up in chronicling every single life detail or rehash facts that are already well-known, rendering the viewing experience largely unnecessary. HBO‘s King in the Wilderness does not fall victim to these plights.
HBO documentary about MLK’s final years shows an exhausted, conflicted hero - April 1, 2018
It’s easy to make another documentary that further elevates the already-bolstered life and work of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., who was assassinated 50 years ago this week in Memphis, when he was just 39 years old. The trickier task is to make a documentary that not only feels new but also brings King briefly back down to earth.
HBO’s King in the Wilderness Takes On Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Last Act - March 30, 2018
Next week, on April 4, it will be 50 years to the day since Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was shot and killed. He was nine months shy of his 40th birthday, standing outside his room at the Lorraine Motel in downtown Memphis, dressed to go to dinner at a friend’s house.
HBO documentary 'King in the Wilderness' is a powerful look at the last years of Martin Luther King Jr.'s life - March 29, 2018
It is almost exactly half a century to the day since the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in a motel in Memphis, Tenn., and in that span he has been apotheosized into something close to legend.
Sundance Film Review: ‘King in the Wilderness’ - January 23, 2018
A searing portrait of the last 18 months of Martin Luther King Jr.'s life captures the Civil Rights leader in a purgatory of anxiety and conflict.
'King in the Wilderness': Film Review | Sundance 2018 - January 22, 2018
Multiple Emmy winner Peter Kunhardt examines the conflicted period between the Voting Rights Act and the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. in this probing study for HBO