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MARCH 1, 1993, American University School of Communications hosted a forum titled “Malcolm X, the Movie: Cinema as History.” Media figures spoke on the 1992 Warner Brothers movie “Malcolm X,” focusing on the role of films based on historical figures and their effect on current political thinking and historical thought. The panelists included actor Al Freeman, a cast member from the movie, and Christopher Hitchens, a columnist for The Nation. Film clips from the movie were shown at points during the discussion, and the speakers responding to questions from members of the audience following their prepared remarks.

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