Black film, white money
Jesse Algeron Rhines (Author)
Rhines explores the roles African Americans have played in the motion picture business from 1915 to 1996. It links the history of early black filmmakers to the current success of African American filmmakers, and the hope for change if more African filmmakers come to the forefront of the business.
Print Book, English, ©2000
Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick (N.J.), ©2000
X-195 p. : illustrations, couv. illustrations en coul. ; 23 cm
Acknowledgments Introduction 1 Distribution, Production, and Exhibition 2 The Silent Era 3 Depression and World War II 4 The Negro Cycle through Blaxploitation: 1945-1974 5 Blockbusters and Independents: 1975 to the Present 6 Employment Discrimination 7 Black Women in the System 8 Unintended Collusion: The Case of Spike Lee 9 The Struggle Continues behind the Camera 10 Conclusion 11 Epilogue Notes Index
Notes bibliogr. Index