Birth of a Nation
Nate Parker and the cast of 'Birth of a Nation' share how important it was to be a part of the film.
Several of Nate Parker's Penn State classmates released a statement regarding the decades-old rape case.
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.
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.
In the film's new one-sheet, the actor appears with an American flag noose wrapped around his neck.