Harry Belafonte, Earl Cameron and Diahann Carroll share candid recollections about what it was like to be a pioneer in a white world.
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A look at how black film-makers regained their voice, following an era when only white directors told prominent black stories.
Documentary looking at how black movies are no longer seen as a genre and black filmmakers are no longer seen as non-bankable.
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