Director Sam Pollard takes us inside his documentary about the FBI’s surveillance campaign against Martin Luther King Jr. — and the danger of putting heroes on pedestals
In the ’60s, he was ‘King of the Teenagers,’ adored by high schoolers and their parents. But behind Charles Schmid’s super-cool facade lay the mind of a psychopath
In February 1964, Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, Cassius Clay and Jim Brown hung out together. Regina King’s terrific film imagines what that night might have been like — and how men open up to one another behind closed doors.