Synopsis: MLK/FBI is an essential expose of the surveillance and harassment of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (labeled by the FBI as the "most dangerous" Black person in America), undertaken by J. Edgar Hoover and the U.S. government. Based on newly discovered and declassified files, as well as revelatory restored footage, the documentary explores the government's history of targeting Black activists. Directed by Emmy® Award-winner and Oscar®-nominee Sam Pollard, MLK/FBI recounts a tragic story with searing relevance to our current moment.

"RIVETING. A timely reminder that King's struggle for racial justice wasn't straightforward, nor is it close to complete." 
THE ATLANTIC, David Sims

"A blunt fable of state power and a nuanced essay on the fallibility of heroes and the ethics of historical inquiry. Rigorously focused on the facts of the past, the movie is also as timely as an alarm clock." 
THE NEW YORK TIMES, A.O. Scott

"SEARING. Serves as a chilling reminder that white supremacy is not solely a partisan problem; it's a cruelty baked into the fabric of our political system, poisoning it at every level. Change comes when we allow ourselves to challenge the stories we have been told about our history."
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER, Jourdain Searles

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