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Black Films Matter: African-American Indie Cinema Rises Again

“One thing is for sure: looking back, the 90s was a golden age. The amount of black cinema breaking through at that time is astonishing. … A new generation of black film-makers is starting to respond to this reality, down the road those 90s pioneers paved.”
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