Philosophy, Black Film, Film Noir
Dan Flory,Philosophy, Black Film, Film Noir
Publisher: Pennsylvania State Univ Pr | ISBN-10: 0271033444 | edition June 1, 2008 | File type: PDF | 348 pages | 4.6 mb
In the past two decades, African American filmmakers like Spike Lee have made significant contributions to the dialogue about race in the United States by adapting techniques from classic film noir to black American cinema. This book is the first to examine these artistic innovations in detail from a philosophical perspective informed by both cognitive film theory and critical race theory.
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