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  • When August Wilson Insisted on a Black Director for a Hollywood Adaptation of ‘Fences’…

    Reactions to Tanya Steele’s "The Gentrification of Black Film" piece published earlier today (in which she argues for opportunities be given to black filmmakers to tell stories about black people, because, in part, "one has to be connected to the experience of the subject"), I remembered similar essays discussed on this blog, like John Singleton’s "Can a White Director Make a Great Black Movie?" most recently, for example.

    In the piece, Singleton lamented the fact that a number of recent films that tell stories about real-life black people, or that are based on our history (like films about Jackie Robinson, James Brown – which Tanya’s piece…

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