The Intruder + The March
When desegregation is introduced in a small southern town, a racist agitator (played with menacing relish by a young William Shatner) whips up a storm of hatred that spirals out of control.
Corman's chilling commentary on racism is an absolute revelation that still packs a mighty punch some forty years after its release.
James Blue, 30 mins, USA, 1964
A major achievement in the cinéma verité movement, Blue's film of the 1963 civil rights march to Washington, culminating in Martin Luther King's famous speech, is a moving document of this landmark moment in America's history.