Kaycee Moore – American Film Institute
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KILLER OF SHEEP (1978) – AFI Movie Club

Called “naturalistic and poetic, witty and heartbreaking” upon its induction into the Library of Congress’ National Film Registry, KILLER OF SHEEP (1978) from writer/director Charles Burnett is a key work from the LA Rebellion movement originating at UCLA in the 1970s in which a group of talented up-and-coming filmmakers sought to depict Black experiences authentically...
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DAUGHTERS OF THE DUST (1991) – AFI Movie Club

Originally conceived as a “short, silent film” about an African American family from the Carolina Sea Islands, DAUGHTERS OF THE DUST (1991) was written, directed and produced by AFI alum Julie Dash (Class of 1974) – who soon realized there was too much material for just a short film, so she combined her research with...
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