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Hip Hop Aesop: A Musical Aesop
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produced by Bashiri Johnson, 1955- (Privately Published, 2018), 4 mins
This video documents a recording of Aesop's fable "The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg" to a Hip Hop music theme. This film was adapted by J. E. Franklin and produced by Bashiri Johnson.
produced by Bashiri Johnson, 1955- (Privately Published, 2018), 4 mins
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That's Why They Calls Us Colored
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written by J. E. Franklin, 1937-; directed by Malika Nzinga, fl. 2015 and Ashton Pina, fl. 2014; produced by Malika Nzinga, fl. 2015; performed by Vinie Burrows and Rod Bladel, fl. 2016 (Privately Published, 2016), 13 mins
An old mans' desire to find his long lost family, takes him somewhere he never imagined.
written by J. E. Franklin, 1937-; directed by Malika Nzinga, fl. 2015 and Ashton Pina, fl. 2014; produced by Malika Nzinga, fl. 2015; performed by Vinie Burrows and Rod Bladel, fl. 2016 (Privately Published, 2016), 13 mins
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La vie sans fards
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written by Maryse Condé, 1937-; directed by Eva Doumbia, 1968- and Greg Germain, 1947-; designed by Lauriane Scimemi, fl. 2015, Pascale Bongiovanni, fl. 2015; produced by Marie-Pierre Bousquet, fl. 2011, Axe Sud; performed by Astrid Bayiha, fl. 2007, Maïmouna Coulibaly, 1975-, Edith Mérieau, fl. 2006 and Akram Manry, fl. 2015 (Windrose (Film distributor), 2016), 1 hour 33 mins
This theater play depicts Maryse Condé's life: inspirated by the poets of negritude, she decided to move from Guadeloupe to Africa. This show uses video footages of African countries gaining their independance and music to better highlight her tough quest of freedom.
written by Maryse Condé, 1937-; directed by Eva Doumbia, 1968- and Greg Germain, 1947-; designed by Lauriane Scimemi, fl. 2015, Pascale Bongiovanni, fl. 2015; produced by Marie-Pierre Bousquet, fl. 2011, Axe Sud; performed by Astrid Bayiha, fl. 2007, Maïmouna Coulibaly, 1975-, Edith Mérieau, fl. 2006 and Akram Manry, fl. 2015 (Windrose (Film distributor), 2016), 1 hour 33 mins
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The Legacy Project: Dramatists Talk About Their Work, Vol. 2, Charles Fuller in Conversation with Lynn Nottage
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directed by Jeremy Levine, fl. 2005-2015; produced by Jonathan Reynolds, fl. 2013-1992, Transient Pictures; interview by Lynn Nottage, 1964-, in The Legacy Project: Dramatists Talk About Their Work, Vol. 2 (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2013), 46 mins
The Legacy Project: Volume II documents and preserves the creative process of America's most esteemed writers for the theater in a series of filmed conversations, each featuring an established stage author (or team of collaborators) being interviewed by an emerging writer. Charles Fuller is the first African Ameri...
directed by Jeremy Levine, fl. 2005-2015; produced by Jonathan Reynolds, fl. 2013-1992, Transient Pictures; interview by Lynn Nottage, 1964-, in The Legacy Project: Dramatists Talk About Their Work, Vol. 2 (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2013), 46 mins
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The Legacy Project: Lanford Wilson in Conversation with Craig Lucas
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directed by Jeremy Levine, fl. 2005-2015 and Landon Van Soest, fl. 2013; produced by Jonathan Reynolds, fl. 2013-1992, Transient Pictures (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2011), 47 mins
The Legacy Project documents and preserves the creative process of America's most esteemed writers for the theater in a series of filmed conversations, each featuring an established stage author (or team of collaborators) being interviewed by a younger emerging writer.Lanford Wilson co-founded the Circle Repertory...
directed by Jeremy Levine, fl. 2005-2015 and Landon Van Soest, fl. 2013; produced by Jonathan Reynolds, fl. 2013-1992, Transient Pictures (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2011), 47 mins
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Dem Dry Bones
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written by J. E. Franklin, 1937-; directed by Eric Coleman, fl. 2006; performed by Eric Coleman, fl. 2006 and Revalyn T. Golde, fl. 2006 (Privately Published, 2006), 39 mins
This play written by J. E. Franklin was presented at Harlem's Uptown Renaissance Restaurant with discussion after the play with the restaurant audience.
written by J. E. Franklin, 1937-; directed by Eric Coleman, fl. 2006; performed by Eric Coleman, fl. 2006 and Revalyn T. Golde, fl. 2006 (Privately Published, 2006), 39 mins
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Trial at Sayville
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written by J. E. Franklin, 1937-; directed by Eric Coleman, fl. 2006; performed by Eric Coleman, fl. 2006, Tom Thornton, fl. 2006, Cassandra Naombi Steele, fl. 2006 and Hollis Granville, fl. 2006 (Privately Published, 2006), 59 mins
This play written by J. E. Franklin was presented by Blackgirl Ensemble Theatre at Harlem's Uptown Renaissance Restaurant with discussion after the play between actors and audience.
written by J. E. Franklin, 1937-; directed by Eric Coleman, fl. 2006; performed by Eric Coleman, fl. 2006, Tom Thornton, fl. 2006, Cassandra Naombi Steele, fl. 2006 and Hollis Granville, fl. 2006 (Privately Published, 2006), 59 mins
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Team MJK: The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg
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written by J. E. Franklin, 1937- (Privately Published, 2006), 5 mins
This documentary shows Team MJK's competition and judging of The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg. The competition is from Harlem's First-Ever Family Fable Competition, October 25, 2008, hosted by IMANI Group.
written by J. E. Franklin, 1937- (Privately Published, 2006), 5 mins
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Spanky's Pop
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written by J. E. Franklin, 1937-; directed by Eric Coleman, fl. 2006; performed by Malika Nzinga, fl. 2015, Christian Johnson, fl. 2006 and Chauncey Gilburn, fl. 2006 (Privately Published, 2006), 1 hour 24 mins
This play was performed at Harlem's Uptown Renaissance Restaurant dinner theater. Malika (Franklin) Nzinga does a poetry reading at the introduction. After the performance there are discussions between dinner theater patrons and the actors.
written by J. E. Franklin, 1937-; directed by Eric Coleman, fl. 2006; performed by Malika Nzinga, fl. 2015, Christian Johnson, fl. 2006 and Chauncey Gilburn, fl. 2006 (Privately Published, 2006), 1 hour 24 mins
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Black Theater: Interviews, vol. 1
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directed by Woodie King, Jr., 1937-; produced by Woodie King, Jr., 1937- (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 1995), 28 mins
This documentary, directed by Woodie King Jr., features interviews with Black artists in theater.
directed by Woodie King, Jr., 1937-; produced by Woodie King, Jr., 1937- (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 1995), 28 mins
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