Produced and Directed by: John Edginton
This Emmy nominated film is a powerful, no-holds barred look at who really killed Martin Luther King–an issue as relevant today as it was 40 years ago.
“On April 4, 1968, America’s most popular and effective leader of the civil rights movement was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee. The probing documentary, Who Killed Martin Luther King? investigates the evidence surrounding King’s murder and examines the possibility that convicted assassin James Earl Ray did not shoot the 39-year-old activist. Film highlights include controversial and compelling interviews with Ray and other key individuals in the famous case. This documentary was released in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of King’s death. “
All Movie Guide
“One of the most important subjects of the 20th century. This film is a powerful, no-holds barred look at who really killed Martin Luther King – an issue as relevant today as it was 40 years ago. This is an intensely detailed, exhaustively researched and artfully rendered film that should be required watching for anyone who wants to see what real documentary filmmaking is.”
International Emmy Award – Nomination
Winner US Cable Ace award, Best International Documentary