nate parker

At the Venice Film International Film Festival, the "Birth of a Nation" director apologized for how he responded to a rape allegation from his college days.
The director and actor's handling of the 1999 rape allegation torpedoed the release of his 2016 film "The Birth of a Nation."
The recent allegations against a gender queer punk rocker reminds us there isn’t a one-size-fits-all model.
It's somewhat disconcerting that Nate Parker chose to name his film after D.W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation (1915), since
"Every victim or survivor, I believe you. I support you. I support you if you don’t want to see the film."
I no longer want Nate to win. I want Nate to take ownership.
I'm paraphrasing because I've heard Stuart use variously similar words to explain the foundational motto by which he also
Finally a filmmaker unearths one of the biggest secrets in American history: slave revolts. It's a lesson rarely mentioned in history books, though it's common knowledge to anyone who has taken a black history course.
The "Birth of a Nation" director said he was "vindicated" of a sexual assault charge and doesn't feel guilty.