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Charleston Church Shooting Was ‘Like a Family Tragedy’ for Stephen Curry, ‘Emanuel’ Director Says

Charleston Church Shooting Was ‘Like a Family Tragedy’ for Stephen Curry, ‘Emanuel’ Director Says

Following yet another NBA Finals run with the Golden State Warriors for Stephen Curry, the three-time champion’s production company, Unanimous Media, has released a new documentary film focused on the mass shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.

“Emanuel,” which Unanimous executive produced along with Viola Davis, tells the story of June 17, 2015, when Dylann Roof walked into a bible study at the church and killed nine African Americans during their closing prayer.

The film hit theaters for a limited run on Monday — the four-year anniversary of the shooting — and features intimate interviews with survivors and family members who were left to grapple with the senseless act of terror.

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“I think for Steph and Viola both, this was like a family tragedy,” Brian Ivie,

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