A film by Owen 'Alik Shahadah
Until the Lion tells his tale the hunt will always glorify the hunter - African proverb
Largest screening in history. - Philadelphia Weekly
broadening the canon of British cinema - The Independent [UK]
500 Years Later is more than a film but rather a transcontinental discussion between some the greatest and most articulate thinkers of the African global nation.- Nommo (USA)
500 Years Later retells history from an African point of view.-- Phelim O'Neill, Guardian UK
500 Years Later captures the history, nobility, and victorious consciousness of African peoples all over the world. It is stunning in its breadth, magnificent in its depth, and brilliant in execution. This is sure to become a classic film! - Journal of Black Studies
Benchmark in filmmaking history.- CENMAGAZINE
500 YEARS LATER , the multi-award winning documentary by Halaqah Media is a first in history: Seen in Washington D.C. by millions at the Millions More Movement. One of the most insightful documentaries of the century is now yours to own on DVD.
Crime, poor education, poverty, self-hatred, prison system, broken homes plague people of African decent globally – Why? Filmed in five continents, 500 Years Later is a timeless compelling journey, infused with the spirit and music of liberation that chronicles the global legacy of slavery and the people who continue to fight for the most essential human right – freedom.
Starring: Francis Cress Welsing, Maulana Karenga, Muhammad Shareef , Nelson George, Paul Robeson, Jr. Molefi Asante , and more…
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