Black Lives Matter, i.e: BLM. The cause, committed to the fight against racism and in defense of equality long before the movement’s official founding, has influenced the film world. And in streaming on CHILI ( you will find a special collection that tells the very stories of the BLM. It starts with the Oscar®-nominated new release, Judas and the Black Messiah by Shaka King, about Fred Hampton, leader of the Black Panthers. Also among the new releases is RZA’s Dark Waters, set in post-Katrina New Orleans. The cast includes Wesley Snipes, Shameik Moore, Terrence Howard and Ethan Hawke. Oscar®-themed digital releases include Peter Farrelly’s Green Book (also available in 4K), which won the statuette for Best Picture in 2019; Lee Daniels’ Precious (Best Supporting Actress and Best Adapted Screenplay in 2010); and Raoul Peck’s documentary I Am Not Your Negro, nominated in 2016. 

In the BLM collection, available on CHILI streaming platform, there are also true stories inspired by great people: there is 42 – The True Story of An American Legend, where Chadwick Boseman plays the role of the baseball player Jackie Robinson, but also a classic such as Clint Eastwood’s Invictus starring Morgan Freeman as Nelson Mandela and the biopic on boxer Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter, or Hurricane – The Cry of Innocence starring Denzel Washington. Also in digital, of course, is the cinema of Spike Lee: ranging from Blackkklansman to Do the Right Thing to Clockers, Mo’ Better Blues, Malcolm X and, free with adv, Turbulent Classrooms, released in 1988. Find the Black Lives Matter collection here:

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