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Published on Oct 26, 2015
"Can Black Film exist within the structure of the Hollywood System?" Cinematographers and Howard University alums ARTHUR JAFA (Crooklyn, Daughters of The Dust) and HANS L. Charles (assistant camera on Pariah, Gun Hill Road, Middle of Nowhere) sat down with RBTV at the 2014 BlackStar Film Festival to talk about how to advance a Black Aesthetic in Motion Pictures. Charles, who has taught at Howard, also talks about his Unified Black Film Theory; they both give examples of films that demonstrate a Black Aesthetic and suggest ways to advance the art of Black film in this exclusive conversation. Camera and edit: Mike D. Special Thanks: BlackStar Film Festival.