AFRICAN AMERICAN FILM HISTORY FOR TEENS

AGES: 15-17yrs

CLASS MIN & MAX:  3-15

CLASS DAY(S): M-F

CLASS TIME(S): 11A-12:30P MST / 12-1:30P CST

CLASS DATES:  JUNE 29-JULY 3

LOCATION: ZOOM

COST: $50

INSTRUCTOR: KWESI JOHNSON

CLASS MATERIALS/NEEDS: Device to screen films (pref. Large screen)

CLASS DESCRIPTION:

Explore the little known 100+ years of African American filmmaking. From Oscar Micheaux, the Patron Saint of Independent Film, to the Blaxploitation era, to modern masters such as Spike Lee, Ava Duvernay, and Barry Jenkins, you’ll learn how African American film reflected and influenced the times they were produced. NOTE: This class will require time outside of class to screen films

 

All of our youth offerings are registered through our partners at Nebraska 4-H. To sign-up for our youth classes you will need to go through their system at https://4h.unl.edu/camps-centers/summer-camp/register

AFRICAN AMERICAN FILM HISTORY FOR TEENS

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