The Fader – After signing a two-year film and television deal, Jay Z and The Weinstein Company held a press conference in New York City in October to announce an upcoming docuseries about Kalief Browder. As Okayplayer points out, the first two episodes of the series will have their world premiere at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.
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