Apr 19, 2022

Film explores the rise of the Civil Rights leader, his more than 40 years of advocacy, and continued fight against racial injustice across the United States


New York, NY (Monday, April 19, 2022) – Loudmouth, the documentary chronicling Rev. Al Sharpton’s rise from pastoral prodigy to a national civil rights figure, has been announced as the closing piece at the Tribeca Film Festival. Rev. Sharpton, Founder and President of the National Action Network, will take part in a conversation after the world premiere.


Since bursting into the headlines in New York City in the late 1980s, preacher and activist Rev. Sharpton has been at the center of the national conversation around race. In the aftermath of George Floyd’s horrific murder in 2020, the veteran civil rights leader has further expanded the reach of his powerful bullhorn against America’s deafening complacency in the fight against racial injustice — amplifying the ugly truths about the ongoing impact of structural racism on this nation many would prefer to ignore. The film features never-before-seen footage and unprecedented access. Written, directed, and produced by Josh Alexander. Produced by Daniel J. Chalfen, Mike Jackson, and Kedar Massenburg.



Rev. Al Sharpton, Founder and President of NAN will participate in a conversation after the screening



Saturday, June 18


**More details will be announced shortly on the location and press availability**


About National Action Network (NAN) 

National Action Network is one of the leading civil rights organizations in the Nation with chapters throughout the entire United States. Founded in 1991 by Reverend Al Sharpton, NAN works within the spirit and tradition of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to promote a modern civil rights agenda that includes the fight for one standard of justice, decency, and equal opportunities for all people regardless of race, religion, nationality, or gender.  For more information go to