The Cinematic Journal

Cinematic Stories in the Spotlight

A Study of Black American Cinema: The Second Half

The Jim Crow era of racial discrimination and segregation dealt a heavy blow to the African-American film industry, which was already a fragile ecosystem developing in an adversarial world that considered its purveyors inferior solely because of the colour of their skin.

Cinematic History: Defining Moments in Japanese Cinema, 1926-1953

While I have thoroughly enjoyed going back in time and studying some of the most memorable films and events that have shaped the industry as part of our ‘Cinematic History’ series, there were just…


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