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Richard E. Norman and Race Filmmaking Paperback – October 31, 2013
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"Lupack’s book provides a wealth of archival information about this vibrant moment in film history.... [This] is a solid contribution to regional film studies and race film business practice, and will appeal to scholars, students, and film-buffs alike." ―Black Camera
"Thoroughly researched and crisply written... The first book-length work on Norman, Lupack's monograph clearly delineates the Norman Company's importance... [Richard E. Norman and Race Filmmaking's] most profound contribution lies, perhaps, in how it illuminates the fraught economics of race filmmaking...." ―Journal of American History
"Grounded in impressive archival research, Barbara Lupack’s book offers a long overdue history of Richard E. Norman and the filmmaking company he established early in the twentieth century. Lupack’s ability to describe Norman’s films―and the work that went into their production―reanimates them for readers and stresses their role in shaping early African American cinematic representation." ―Paula Massood, author of Making a Promised Land: Harlem in 20th-Century Photography and Film
About the Author
Barbara Tepa Lupack has written extensively on American literature, film, and culture. She has authored or edited more than 20 books and taught at universities within the United States and abroad.
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