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Source:  NOW

The selection of documentaries that played at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival consisted of several titles delving into the lives and legacies of influential black and African-American public figures, including “Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart.”

Directed by Tracy Heather Strain, the film looks at the impact of Chicago-born playwright and activist Lorraine Hansberry who is best known for her landmark play, “A Raisin In The Sun.”

“Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart” will air on PBS series American Masters in February.

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