One of the first and most lasting impressions of Stanley Nelson's documentaries is that the pageantry, faces, and forms in his stills, interviews, and found footage seem to be treasures reclaimed from an invisible America. His raconteurs are among invisible legions—articulate, impassioned, handsome, and African American—who seem to be unknown to journalists, or the standard expert-driven documentaries. So it is good news that the Museum of Modern Art is showing four Nelson... More >>>