We want this to fill our fall calendar — if only we were in the UK.
The Last Angel of History – 1996
King Britt, curator of MoMA’s Moondanda Afrofuturism event. Photograph: John Kaufman
Thank you, Jason Low, for this great post…so much info and two thoughtful interviews.
Summer blockbuster season is in full swing. For many moviegoers, that means escaping to a galaxy far, far away—or perhaps just a different version of our own planet Earth—through science fiction and fantasy movies. As fans clamor for the latest cinematic thrills, we decided to focus our next Diversity Gap study on the level of racial and gender representation in these ever-popular genres that consistently rake in the big bucks for movie studios. We reviewed the top 100 domestic grossing sci-fi and fantasy films as reported by Box Office Mojo. The results were staggeringly disappointing, if not surprising in light of our past Diversity Gap studies of the Tony Awards, the Emmy Awards, the children’s book industry, The New York Times Top 10 Bestseller List, US politics, and the Academy Awards, where we analyzed multi-year samplings and found a disturbingly consistent lack of…
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Stars Carol Speed and William Marshall (the Shakespearean actor with a great voice who had starring role in “Blacula”).