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  • Gina Prince-Bythewood Wants to Eliminate the Term "Black Film"

    When you think of director Gina Prince-Bythewood, you probably immediately think of the "black films" she’s made. But, if she had her way, she would get rid the term “black film” altogether.

    In an interview yesterday on NPR, Ms. Prince-Bythewood said that the term “marginalizes” a film, in effect giving it, we could say, second class status. She wishes, instead, for all films, regardless of genre, to have people of color in them.

    But what we have here, is what is called a slippery slope. It begs the question, what does she consider her previous films, such as "Love and Basketball," "The Secret Life of Bees," and "Disappearing Acts"…

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