Birth of a Nation

Nate Parker is once again in the hot seat over sexual encounter from his college days

Nate Parker's film The Birth Of A Nation hit theaters last weekend and the box office numbers were less than great.

The people who didn't go support The Birth of A Nation because of Nate Parker's past are the same ones who want an insincere apology from Nate, rather than the real remorse and regret he feels.

The soundtrack to Birth of a Nation boosts a very diverse lineup of talent, including Christian rapper Lecrae.

One follower attacked Trigga, saying that he was "dense" for downplaying Parker's acquittal.

https://twitter.com/BBCWorld/status/774494206480048128 Nate Parker’s new film is getting such good feedback it may be able to overcome the controversy surrounding its creator. The Nat Turner biopic Birth Of A Nation got a standing ovation at the Toronto Film Festival Friday. According to the BBC, the audience was enthralled by Parker’s film. Speaking after the film, Parker said: “I […]

The past month has totally changed the perception of Nate Parker for many people.

Civil rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton is questioning why filmmaker Nate Parker is under intense public scrutiny for rape charges leveled against him 17 years ago. He believes the rehashing smacks of a possible right-wing conspiracy to keep the public from seeing his film The Birth of a Nation, reports The New York Daily News. “If a […]

On Friday, he was asked by TMZ while in his car, about the 17-year-old rape case against the lauded actor and director.

Anthony Anderson is well aware of the recent drama surrounding Birth Of A Nation director Nate Parker, but the black-ish star says he fully supports him.

The controversy ramped up last week when Parker was asked about a 1999 rape charge involving him and Jean Celestin, his college roommate and 'Birth of A Nation' collaborator, while they were students at Penn State University.

"Seventeen years ago, I experienced a very painful moment in my life,” Parker told Variety.