Right to Offend: The Black Comedy Revolution – Part 1

Tribeca TV

World Premiere

United States | 90 MINUTES | English | (No Subtitles) subtitles

RIGHT TO OFFEND: THE BLACK COMEDY REVOLUTION – PART 1

Documentary

The two-part documentary event Right to Offend: The Black Comedy Revolution explores the progression of Black comedy and the comedians who have used pointed humor to expose, challenge and ridicule society’s injustices and to articulate the Black experience in America. The series examines Black comedy through a unique lens, tracing the evolution and social awakening of the courageous comedians who dared to push against the constraints of their time and spoke truth to power. 

After the Premiere Screening: A conversation with comedian Alonzo Bodden, Dick Gregory’s son Christian Gregory, Richard Pryor’s son Richard Pryor Jr, Director and Executive Producer Mario Diaz, Director and Executive Producer Jessica Sherif, and Executive Producer Loren Hammonds.

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CAST & CREDITS

Network
A&E Network
Director
Mario Diaz, Jessica Sherif
Producer
TIME Studios
Executive Producer (Main Credit)
Alexa Conway, Mario Diaz, Loren Hammonds, Lance Nichols, Ian Orefice, Jessica Sherif, Brad Abramson, Elaine Frontain Bryant
Cinematographer
Tony Puyol
Talent Producer
Leah Horwitz