Tag Archives: Spike Lee

REVIEW: “Losing Ground”: An intimate look at a black woman’s long-awaited film

Duane Jones (as Duke) and Seret Scott (as Sara) in Kathleen Collins' 1982 classic, LOSING GROUND,

@BridgettMDavis shares how a film she almost never saw influenced her career the most

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SEE IT: “Tell It Like It Is: Black Independents in New York, 1968-1986″

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With Jessie Maple’s “Will, ” William Greaves’ “Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One,” and the theatrical premiere of Kathleen Collins’ “Losing Ground” (Feb. 6-19 @FilmLinc in NYC)

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The Must-See Black Films at BAMcinemaFest 2014

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#BAMcinemaFest presents gripping new films about the Black experience along with the 25th anniversary of @SpikeLee film ‘Do the Right Thing’

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2014 Tribeca Film Festival – Our Best Picks

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@SpikeLee’s ‘Manos Sucias’, @Nas in ‘Time Is Illmatic’, and Below Dreams premiere at TFF 2014

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Early Winter 2013 Black Film Guide

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New films from @Spike Lee @John_Sayles @IdrisElba & @TheBestManmovie lead our early winter film guide

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African Independence In Cinema: ‘The Battle of Algiers’ & ‘Lumumba’

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Celebrate Independence Day with two films that show the African side of colonial liberation

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