In the early decades of the 20th century, segregation was a fact of life in Hollywood, so African American filmmakers made hundreds of independent movies for black audiences that showed slices of life and culture rarely seen in mainstream films. This program looks at the work of Oscar Micheaux, one of the most talented and prolific directors of the time.
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