The best documentary on black murder that I know of is the Johnnie “Big Boy” Cochran documentary “The Best Black Murder Documentaries” by John Cochran.
John Cochranss work as a documentary filmmaker has been described by some as being a mixture of investigative journalism and black crime documentary.
He has worked with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) on the investigations of two of the largest murders in American history, the murder of Trayvon Martin and the killing of Laquan McDonald.
John’s work has been shown in several films including “The Assassination of Jesse Jackson,” “The Rise of the Black Panther Party” and “The Last Days of Black America.”
The Johnnie’s work is presented in a documentary format.
The most compelling aspect of the documentary is the way it breaks down the murders in real time.
It’s almost as if Cochran is narrating the events of each case, with the police on the scene in the background.
The documentaries narrative is almost non-fiction in nature, but it is not in an attempt to hide the truth about the crime.
This documentary is a real piece of work, and the subject matter is presented with a level of depth that most documentary documentaries lack.
“The best black murder documentary” is an award-winning documentary on the history of black crime, which has been presented at the Sundance Film Festival, the Sundarbans Black Film Festival and other film festivals.
Johnnie is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter, award-winner for his investigative journalism on police brutality, and a contributor to several mainstream news outlets.
In addition to his work as an investigative reporter and journalist, Cochran has also written several books, including “Praying for America: An American Perspective on Faith, Faith and the Nation” and the forthcoming “A Nation Divided: Why the Black American Community Is Being Fleeed by the Left.”
Johnnie has also been a guest host on several radio programs including “WND Talk,” and his work on the Black Lives Matter movement has been cited by the National Review as one of the top ten books on the movement.
John is a graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.