Parker said, "All I know is the film exists. You can kill the messenger, you can come for me, it’s alright."
Nate Parker sat down with Anderson Cooper in a prelude to this Sunday's episode of 60 Minutes to discuss the controversy surrounding his alleged rape case in 1999.
Nate Parker and his Birth of a Nation film have some supporters, but many are having a hard time backing the movie after his 1999 rape case was dug up.
One of the most anticipated films of the year has finally released its full-length trailer to further intensify fan frenzy. Nate Parker’s The Birth of a Nation offers a deeper look into the film courtesy of a full-length trailer ahead of the film’s fall 2016 release. You’ve heard about it, read about all the accolades […]
Nate Parker screened his film The Birth of A Nation at Sundance, and immediately following a bidding war ensued. The film, about Nat Turner, who led a slave rebellion in Virginia in 1831, according to Parker, is an unsanitized telling of the revolt in which at least 55 whites were killed. Parker wrote, directed, produced and starred […]