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5 Amazing Facts About the NEW Smithsonian National Museum of African-American History and Culture

On Saturday, September 24, 2016, the National Museum of African-American History and Culture will open to incredible fanfare in Washington, D.C.  This magnificent museum is finally opening after decades of hard work from luminaries who were dedicated to creating a national archive that told our story of strength and perseverance.   1,046 more words

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Nate Parker’s “Birth of a Nation” greatly anticipated

by Daniel Smallwood

The year of 2016 has seen a ton of great movies already this year, but Nate Parker’s “A Birth of a Nation” remake is one of the most appreciated movies of the year. 427 more words

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Great Marketing or Great Product

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While driving to work I saw a billboard for Birth of a Nation. Now couple thoughts ran through my mind. 544 more words

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Review Series: "Birth of a Nation"

As a Torontonian, attending at least one screening at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is almost a must-do. Each year, there are dozens of films brought to the city and screened over a period of 10 days. 431 more words

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(Ch. 4) Understanding Adaptations

Since the launch of the narrative feature film, industry adaptations have ruled the motion picture landscape. In fact, the first film to get audiences to perch in seats in a theatrical setting for longer than 3 hours was adapted from… 1,011 more words

The Birth of a Nation (1915)

If you’ve ever seen–or simply heard of–D. W. Griffith’s The Birth of a Nation (1915), you probably know something of its significance as a landmark work of the silent film era. 1,411 more words

The rebirth of “The Birth of a Nation”

by Quenten Crider

With several new movies on the horizon, 2016 looks to be in great shape to finish off the year strong in the box office. 314 more words

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