Sunday, January 29, 2012
The Subtle Core Movement of Black Indie Films and News about the Big Screen Version of "Half of a Yellow Sun"
On today's Cinema in Noir, we dished about the latest from acclaimed director Julie Dash, who's been added to the upcoming big screen adaptation of Ngozi Adichie’s award-winning novel Half Of A Yellow Sun, and other film news.
We also go over the latest news from Sundance, as well as the so-called rants of director Spike Lee about his film, Red Hook Summer.
Karen Gilmore of Reel Artsy also calls in to share her thoughts on the "subtle core" movement in black indie. Read more about that here.
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