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Dave Chappelle in Chi-Raq

Ever since we watched Hollywood Shuffle and Bamboozled, Dave Chappelle and his decision to leave his highly successful show in the mid-2000s has been very interesting to me. 112 more words

Final Project: Scene analysis of Bamboolzed

Hello everyone,

My final project for this class is a scene analysis in Bamboolzed. I worked on this voiceover with Alida Mitau, who is in Blog Group 2. 18 more words

ANNOUNCEMENT: New Podcast Coming Soon!

In honor of my new podcast, I will be starting, I am going to start posting a series of blogs based on young, emerging adults and the everyday life struggles we face.   238 more words

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Midterm: When Collectibles Come to Life

In “Bamboozled,” Spike Lee uses multiple angles to display the swiftness with which Pierre’s collection of Black Americana collectibles proliferates. As a result, Lee’s audience comprehends the power of the past and understands that racial equality does not yet exist.  322 more words

Facing Blackness: Interview With Ashley Clark

Film critic (and sometime guest on Film 2016) Ashley Clark has featured on this site before, when we discussed the Afrofuturism season he curated at the BFI in 2014. 1,320 more words

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Representation of Women in Spike Lee Films

I think do the right thing is a great film however after watching and analyzing this film a question that arose in my head was what do the women in this film represent. 274 more words

What Time It Is

There has been one common occurrence throughout the three Spike Lee Joints that we have watched thus far this semester. In BamboozledDo The Right Thing… 290 more words