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Los Angeles : black Hollywood

Author: Henry Louis GatesDan PercivalMary CrispWall to Wall Television.Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.)All authors
Publisher: [Alexandria, Va.] : PBS Video, [2005, 2003]
Edition/Format:   Video   Visual material   Computer File : English
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Does the unprecedented success of African-American actors at the last Oscars signal a genuine shift in the way race operates in the movie business? In the final episode, Gates asks whether Hollywood is institutionally racist or whether it is becoming increasingly color-blind in pursuit of the box office dollar. Interviewees include Chris Tucker, Samuel L. Jackson, Alicia Keys, Quincy Jones, Nia Long, Don Cheadle and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Henry Louis Gates; Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Louis Gates; Dan Percival; Mary Crisp; Wall to Wall Television.; Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.); British Broadcasting Corporation.; PBS Video.; VIVA, the Virtual Library of Virginia.
OCLC Number: 123010796
Notes: Originally broadcast in 2003.
Credits: Film editors, Jason Savage, Annette Williams, Mark Gravil ; original music, Murray Gold.
Description: 1 streaming video file (ca. 55 min.) : digital, MP4 file, sd., col. with b&w sequences.
Details: Mode of access: Internet.; Online video system requirements: QuickTime 7 player (or equivalent).
Other Titles: Black Hollywood
America beyond the color line, with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. (Television program)
Responsibility: written and presented by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. ; directors, Daniel Percival and Mary Crisp.

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Does the unprecedented success of African-American actors at the last Oscars signal a genuine shift in the way race operates in the movie business? In the final episode, Gates asks whether Hollywood is institutionally racist or whether it is becoming increasingly color-blind in pursuit of the box office dollar. Interviewees include Chris Tucker, Samuel L. Jackson, Alicia Keys, Quincy Jones, Nia Long, Don Cheadle and John Singleton.

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