Explore the overlooked yet vibrant history of African-American participation in American film with "Black Cinema 1898-1971.” From the dawn of cinema to the Civil Rights Movement, dive into an immense body of work and gain a deeper appreciation for the legacy left by Black filmmakers, performers, producers, and directors. This book captures Black experience with staggering complexity and pays homage to the generations of creators who transformed mainstream Hollywood. An essential read for any film enthusiast.
Hardcover | 288 pages | 9 in. x 12 in.