Raoul Peck

Raoul Peck’s complex body of work includes feature narrative films like The Man by the Shore, Lumumba, Sometimes in April, Moloch Tropical and Murder in Pacot, and documentaries such as Lumumba, Death of a Prophet, Desounen, Fatal Assistance and I Am Not Your Negro. He is presently chairman of the board of the National French film school La Fémis, and has been the subject of numerous retrospectives worldwide. His latest feature film, The Young Karl Marx, is released in select theaters by The Orchard on February 23.

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Baldwin and Marx – Same Struggle?

By Raoul Peck | February 22, 2018

Baldwin and Marx – Same Struggle?

Or a few impolite thoughts on The Young Karl Marx, by the director of that film and I Am Not Your Negro.