‘The Killing of America’ Puts a Mirror Up to our Country and its Reflection is Terrifying

By Gregory Crofton In 1982, well-known New York Times film critic Janet Maslin panned “The Killing of America.” She called it a “greatest hits approach … of real-life death scenes” and “obscene.” She was right about this documentary, but she…

James Meredith and Beyond: Integrating Ole Miss

[iframe id=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/f-Bco-DgGcI?list=PLcxospALM0Fq4ZRsj-kbOaDgBcAa4YFtj”] James Meredith integrated the University of Mississippi in 1962. The change resulted in a riot on the Ole Miss campus that left two people dead.

‘November 22, 1963’: A Short Documentary About JFK Assassination by Errol Morris

In a short film by Errol Morris, Josiah “Tink” Thompson, who has been investigating the Kennedy assassination for nearly 50 years, looks to the photographic evidence. Will we ever know the truth? From The New York Times’ Op-Docs series.

The Assassination of President Kennedy

An Anthony Summers’ 1978 documentary on the assassination of President Kennedy is one of the best films on the subject, even if you may not agree with the direction it takes towards the end.

THE MILTEER TAPE: Predicts JFK Assassination Days Before It Occurs

In 1963, President John F. Kennedy was shot by a sniper in Dallas while he and his wife rode in a motorcade. This audio recording refers to the possibility of the JFK assassination 13 days before it occurred. By the…

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