St. Clair Bourne, a Harlem-born, Emmy award-winning documentary filmmaker who recorded American black culture, died in Manhattan last year at the age of 64, leaving behind a legacy as a filmmaker and community builder. Over the past 35 years, Mr. Bourne was the producer, director and writer of about 45 film productions, including documentaries for HBO, PBS, NBC, BBC and National Geographic as well as his independent projects. In this special STRANGER THAN FICTION tribute, we’ll pay tribute with a screening of his memorable documentary MAKING “DO THE RIGHT THING”. Speakers will include actor Danny Glover, Bourne’s sister Judith and Sam Pollard who worked with Bourne (and also edited several of Spike Lee’s movies). Co-presented by Black Documentary Collective.