“Judas and the Black Messiah.”

This virtual panel brings together co-writer/director, producer Shaka King, and cinematographer Sean Bobbitt, BSC. The Warner Bros. feature showcases a variety of looks to support the storyline (based on real events in the late 1960s) – urban noir, recreated documentary footage, and a gritty naturalism that captures the fast-moving, often violent era. From the stunning continuous shot in a Chicago pool hall that opens the film, to the terrifying conclusion of the FBI’s mob-like assassination of Black Panther Party Chairman Fred Hampton as he slept in his apartment, King and Bobbitt have created a visual framework to support a film that will long resonate as both a cinematic and socio-political masterpiece.
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