New York Post, Page 6 January 22, 2008 — HBO’S Sheila Nevins beat the pack at the Sundance Film Festival and bought Timothy Greenfield-Sanders’ and Elvis Mitchell’s feature documentary, “The Black List,” which has nothing to do with Communists but everything to do with African-Americans. It features Colin Powell, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Toni Morrison, Dick Parsons, Chris Rock, Al Sharpton and Slash talking into the camera about their lives, plus Sean Combs , who says he “drapes himself in diamonds” because he deserves them. “You can almost see the little boy he was growing up,” said reviewer Kim Voynar, “wanting longingly to be someone important.”