The ‘Sundance of Black Cinema’ grows in Brooklyn

Forbes – There’s a lot more to black cinema than screwball comedies and epic, historical features about slavery and civil rights. No disrespect to ambitious, important films like 12 Years a Slave and Selma, or even the subtly subversive Barbershop franchise, but such films largely confirm a certain racism, not only in Hollywood, but also in the general public.

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