5 edition of Screenplays of the African American experience found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Phyllis Rauch Klotman.|
|Series||Blacks in the diaspora|
|Contributions||Klotman, Phyllis Rauch.|
|LC Classifications||PN1997.A1 S36 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||265 p. :|
|Number of Pages||265|
|ISBN 10||0253331455, 0253206332|
|LC Control Number||90043511|
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Screenplays of the African American Experience is the first such Screenplays of the African American experience book published. Each screenplay is introduced by the editor, who also provides Screenplays of the African American experience book biographical sketch of each of the filmmakers and a list of the cast and production credits for each : Paperback.
Screenplays of the African American Experience. Six independent African American filmmakers, including Charles Burnett, director of the film To Sleep with Anger, are represented in this collection by screenplays produced from to They speak in their own voice, a black voice which has resisted the cultural dominance of Hollywood.
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Screenplays of the African American experience. Publication date TopicsPages: The first installment on a projected triology of feature-length films chronicling the experience of African American women from the turn-of-the-century to the year A.D., the film stars actress Lonette McKee (Jungle Fever) in the lead role, and is currently distributed by the New York-based Third World Newsreel, Inc.
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Screenplays of the African American experience. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Phyllis Rauch Klotman; Bill Gunn; Charles Burnett; Kathleen Collins; Julie Dash; Alile Sharon Larkin; Charles Lane.
|a Introduction: contemporary African American filmmakers and echoes of the past / Phyllis R. Klotman -- Ganja and Hess / Bill Gunn - Killer of sheep / Screenplays of the African American experience book Burnett -- Losing ground / Kathleen Collins -- Illusions / Julie Dash -- A different image / Alile Sharon Larkin -- Sidewalk stories / Charles Lane.
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Bill Gunn Biographical Sketch Introduction. Ganja and Hess Cast and Production Credits. Charles Burnett Biographical sketch Introduction. Killer of Sheep Cast and Production Credits. Kathleen Collins Biographical Sketch Introduction. Losing Ground. the free african society richard Screenplays of the African American experience book and the founding of the ame church benjamin banneker's letter to thomas jefferson the free african society, european immigrants and american racism eliza gallie goes to court black women, marriage, and File Size: KB.
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