African American film, 1920s to the present with Bob Devine
Nonstop Institute of Yellow Springs
305 N Walnut Street (in Millworks)
Wed. Mar 24, 7 PM, Michael Roemer, Nothing but a Man (1964)
Inspired by neo-realism, “an impressive study of black masculinity and the oppressive racial climate of 1960s America.” (Chris Norton)
Bob has studied and taught film history and theory for four decades, and has most recently focused on African and African American film. He is a former Dean, President and faculty member of Antioch College, and is nationally recognized for his work in the field of community media, public access and participatory democratic media in Dallas, Milwaukee, New York, and Honolulu.