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HBO NOW is celebrating Black History Month with a collection of TV and movies honoring iconic black directors.

"Black Directors You Should Know," the curated slate of theatrical films and HBO original series and films, is available for streaming on HBO NOW, and includes classics from Spike Lee and F. Gary Gray, as well as newer selections like Melina Matsoukas' pilot episode of Insecure.

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Read on for the full list of directors below.

4 Little Girls, Spike Lee
Bessie, Dee Rees
Confirmation, Rick Famuyiwa
Do the Right Thing, Spike Lee
Drumline, Charles Stone III
Friday, F. Gary Gray
Insecure: "Insecure as F—" (Pilot), Melina Matsoukas
The Leftovers: "Off Ramp," Carl Franklin
Life Support, Nelson George
Oz: "The Routine" (Pilot), Darnell Martin
Straight Outta Compton, F. Gary Gray
Treme: "At the Foot of Canal Street," Anthony Hemingway
Two Can Play That Game, Mark Brown
The Wire: Bad Dreams, Ernest R. Dickerson