Notes On Working Towards A Fanboy/Girl Culture In Black Indie Cinema Part 3 (Who Excites You?)
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Notes On Working Towards A Fanboy/Girl Culture In Black Indie Cinema Part 3 (Who Excites You?)

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If you missed parts 1 and 2 in this series click HERE for 1, and HERE for 2 to catch up…

Today's entry in the conversation is short and sweet.

A simple proposition: we (those who write for S&A) are constantly telling you folks what black filmmakers we're excited about (see my "2012 films we're excited about" series as an example), and who you all should be paying attention to.

Today, I'd like to turn things around and instead have you tell us (and others reading) what black filmmakers you are excited about (a fanboy, or fangirl of) and/or that think we should be paying more attention to, but, for whatever reason, aren't.

And by the way, I'm not just referring to black American filmmakers; I'd like to read comments naming filmmakers from all across the Diaspora. 

It would also be great if you can tell us what about the filmmakers you list excites you, why you're a fanboy/girl for each filmmaker, or at least, tell us something about their work.

Like I said, easy, so dive in and school us.

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