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  • Release of Newly-Restored "Lost" Kathleen Collins 1982 Classic, ‘Losing Ground,’ Starting in February

    There’s no need to tell you that there have always been black filmmakers, long before Spike Lee; too many to mention just a few. But one significant person, who seems to have been overlooked, is playwright/professor/activist and filmmaker Kathleen Collins.

    Perhaps because her list of films only consists of two pictures, and that she died relatively young, at the age of 46, in 1988, after a long battle with breast cancer, she has sadly been overlooked for too long.

    But the feature film that made her a name, "Losing Ground," has sadly been very little seen by the public. It made the rounds of some film festivals during the early 1980’s, and yet,…

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