Film series continues at college

Daytona State College is continuing its film series of rare African-American filmmakers. They are being shown in the Southeast Museum of Photography Madorsky Theater, 1200 International Speedway Blvd., Hosseini Center.

“First Fight. Then Fiddle. Black Identity in American Cinema 1920 -2016’’ showcases films from a new collection titled “Pioneers of African-American Cinema,’’ a series of works by Black filmmakers focusing on race issues that went unaddressed by Hollywood for decades. The series will continue with new showings through mid-April.

All films begin at 6 p.m. Admission is free and open to the public.

Film schedule
Feb. 15: Within Our Gates, directed by Oscar Micheaux, 1920
Feb. 22: “Two Knights of Vaudeville’’ and “Ten Nights in a Bar Room’’ directed by Ray Calnek, 1926
March 1: “Rev. S.S. Jones Home Movies’’ and “Symbol of the Unconquered – A Story of the Ku Klux Klan,” directed by Oscar Micheaux, 1920
March 8: “The Scar of Shame,’’ directed by Frank Perugini, 1929
March 22: “Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution,’’ directed by Stanley Nelson, 2015
March 29: “Selma,’’ directed by Ava DuVernay, 2015
April 5: “4 Little Girls,’’ directed by Spike Lee, 1997
April 12: “Welcome to Pine Hill,’’ directed by Keith Miller, 2012
April 19: “Bamboozled,’’ directed by Spike Lee, 2000



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