Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Nonstop African-American Film Series 4/7

African American film, 1920s to the present with Bob Devine
Nonstop Institute of Yellow Springs
305 N Walnut Street (in Millworks) FREE
info: cashdevine@gmail.com

Wed, Apr 7, 7 PM — Bill Gunn, "Ganja and Hess" (1973)

"...jolting, jagged, lyrical, mythic and utterly unclassifiable, as avant-garde as the most independent film of today or any of the New American Cinema work from the 1960s or audacious studio films of the 1970s." (Brandon Harris)

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