The following sites include a range of resources for exploring Black film history, dating back to "race films" produced
for segregated African American audiences.
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Wonderful site for collectors of memorabilia. Posters, books, videos, soundtracks, and other merchandise.
Unique, searchable database of Blaxploitation films managed by cult fans.
King of the Bingo Game
PBS Page for the made-for-television film about a Black man's visit to the movies. Contains links to background information on African-American filmmaking and spectatorship.
Midnight Ramble: Oscar Micheaux and the Story of Race Movies
Dedicated to Oscar Micheaux and the "Story of Race Movies," including information about the documentary "Midnight Ramble."
website 1: http://members.tripod.com/~gart/Ramble.html
website 2: http://moderntimes.com/palace/black
Movie Houses in Segregated America
Listing of Segregated movies houses operating in 1929.
Silents Majority: Black Americans and Silent Film
On-line Journal of Silent Film. This and other pages on the Silents Majority website are wonderful resources for early Race/Film studies. Many useful links and images.
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