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A New Color
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directed by Marlene Morris; produced by Marlene Morris, Galewind Films (The Video Project, 2017), 56 mins
A NEW COLOR joyfully profiles the life and work of celebrated artist Edythe Boone whose colorful murals portray some of the major events of our time and illustrate the transformative power of art. Long before Black Lives Matter became a rallying cry, septuagenarian Boone embodied that truth as an accomplished arti...
directed by Marlene Morris; produced by Marlene Morris, Galewind Films (The Video Project, 2017), 56 mins
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Master Builders: Featuring African American Architects in the Nation's Capital
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produced by Wil Stroman, fl. 2012, Equip Productions (Privately Published, 2012), 1 hour 10 mins
Washington, D.C. is a tourist attraction, a place of monuments and landmarks, and the seat of the federal government. There are accredited schools of architecture at Howard University, the Catholic University of America and an architectural technology program at the University of the District of Columbia. D.C. is...
produced by Wil Stroman, fl. 2012, Equip Productions (Privately Published, 2012), 1 hour 10 mins
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All Me: The Life and Times of Winfred Rembert
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directed by Vivian Ducat, fl. 1997-2012; produced by Vivian Ducat, fl. 1997-2012 (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2011), 1 hour 18 mins
With his intensely autobiographical paintings depicting the day-to-day existence of African Americans in the segregated South, Winfred Rembert has preserved an important, if often disturbing, chapter of American history. His indelible images of toiling in the cotton fields, singing in church, dancing in juke joint...
directed by Vivian Ducat, fl. 1997-2012; produced by Vivian Ducat, fl. 1997-2012 (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2011), 1 hour 18 mins
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Hidden Heritage. The roots of Black American painting
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directed by Andrew Piddington, 1949-; produced by Maureen McCue, fl. 1983, Cue Film (United Kingdom: Arts Council England, 1991), 52 mins
This film is a lecture by David Driskell about the African American art that was produced during the Revolutionary period. Featured here are the works of Aaron Douglas, Patrick Reason and Palmer Hayden.
directed by Andrew Piddington, 1949-; produced by Maureen McCue, fl. 1983, Cue Film (United Kingdom: Arts Council England, 1991), 52 mins
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