Decoding Marvel Studios’ Movie “Black Panther” | SF Main Library
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But apart from its impressive projected box office numbers, the film — with its anti-colonial, Afrofuturist plot line and star-studded, mostly black cast — is sparking vital conversations among moviegoers of all walks of life. Below, KQED Arts contributor Ruth Gebreyesus and Oakland filmmaker Summer Mason discuss the film’s treatment of identity, history, and technology — and what Black Panther could mean for the future of black cinema.
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