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Interchange – The Troublesome Films of Charles Burnett

We’re joined by James Naremore to discuss the cinema of Charles Burnett, who’s been called the nation’s least-known great filmmaker and the country’s most important African-American director. His major works, such as Killer of Sheep, To Sleep with Anger, The Glass Shield, and Nat Turner: A Troublesome Property explore history’s effect on the structure of family. In films about working-class …

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Daily Local News – November 14, 2013

The Bloomington City Council found a loophole in the city’s living wage ordinance yesterday; Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller, along with thirty other attorney generals, has called for major smartphone manufacturers to amp up security features on smartphones; The Indiana University Black Film Center and Archive is hosting Regeneration in Digital Contexts: Early Black Film; This weekend in sports. FEATURE …

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