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|Named Person:||Whoopi Goldberg; Spike Lee; John Singleton; Wesley Snipes|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Larry J Dieckhaus; Jim Murphy; Andrea Gronvall; Gene Siskel; Roger Ebert; Whoopi Goldberg; Spike Lee; John Singleton; Wesley Snipes; Buena Vista Television, Inc.; Peabody Collection. African-American History and Culture Programs.; Peabody Collection. Women's History and Culture Programs.
|Notes:||Entry to the 1992 Peabody Awards, News category.
Running time: 45:49.
"C1992 Buena Vista Television, Inc."--End credits.
|Credits:||Associate producers, Stuart Cleland, Susan Malone; assistant producer, Carie Lovstad; edited by Joe Langenfeld; technical director, Jim Knowlton; audio, Ken Myszak; camera, David Koltis, Karen Kors, Steve Stribling.|
|Performer(s):||[Hosts: Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert; interviews with:] Whoopi Goldberg, Spike Lee, John Singleton, Wesley Snipes.|
|Production notes:||According to the 1992 Peabody Awards entry form, this program was originally broadcast during the weeks of June 5 through June 21, 1992.|
|Description:||1 videocassette of 1 (U-matic) (46 min.) : sd., color with black and white sequences ; 3/4 in. arch master.|
|Other Titles:||Siskel and Ebert special
Siskel & Ebert talk about the new Black cinema
|Responsibility:||Buena Vista Television ; executive producer, Larry J. Dieckhaus ; produced & directed by Jim Murphy ; producer, Andrea Gronvall.|
Siskel and Ebert talk with Goldberg, Lee, Singleton, and Snipes about African-Americans in the movies and in the motion picture industry. They discuss who their childhood movie heroes were; childhood memories of movies; what the new black cinema is and the progression of African-Americans in the movies and the motion picture industry; what it is like being African-American in Hollywood and the discrimination and double standards they have encountered; white directors directing films about African-American persons; how the Los Angeles riots will effect African-Americans, African-American businesses, and African-Americans in the movie industry; and what is the future of African-Americans in the industry and what would each of them do if they were a studio chief. The program contains a large number of clips from a number of movies.