Evolution of Black Cinema.

Throughout the early history of Cinema and the filmmaking culture, blacks were treated as they were anywhere else and not much a part of the filmmaking process. Women were not a part of the filmmaking process either Hollywood or cinema to be specific was dominated by white men. From casting directors, crew members, actors, producers, writers, directors, and extras they were all white.

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