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Gentrification on Screen, and How Black Filmmakers Resist It

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Published on 16 Dec 2020 / In TV & Documentary

Video essay for 'Screening Race' class by Selome Hailu and Simon Tolman.

Films Featured:
Sex And The City
Taxi Driver
Midnight Cowboy
Notting Hill
The Last Black Man in San Francisco
Sorry to Bother You
Blindspotting
Boyz n the Hood
Do The Right Thing

Music:
Theme from New York, New York - Frank Sinatra
Minuetto Jeux S'Enfance - Ezio Bosso
MGV 1st Region - Michael Nyman
Reality Check (Instrumental) - Noname
San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair) - Emile Mosseri

Works Cited:
Giang, Vivian. How Lighting Affects the Productivity of Your Workers, 11 Sept. 2017, onlinemba.unc.edu/news/how-lighting-affects-productivity/.

Karamath, Joel. “Shooting Black Britain.” Index on Censorship, vol. 36, no. 1, 2007, pp. 142–147., doi:10.1080/03064220701249386. Mantsios, Gregory. “Media Magic: Making Class Invisible.”

Race, Class, and Gender in the United States: an Integrated Study, by Paula S. Rothenberg and Christina Hsu Accomando, 6th ed., Worth Publishers/Macmillan Learning, 2020, pp. 510–519.

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