I need my part c for my term project done by end of day friday at 11:59. I’ve attached parts a and b NOTE you must read them to understand….
How does Van Peebles describe the “Blaxploitation” era in film? What was his contribution to the genre?
Culture Clash: A Bowl of Beings 1992 Name: _______________________
Link on utube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvhx5k6ZGfc
Culture Clash is a Chicano American performance troupe composed of the writer-comedians Herbert Sigüenza, Richard Montoya and Ric Salinas creating works ranging from comedic skits to full-length plays and screenplays, all of which feature political or social satire.
What do you see as the deeper message using surface stereotypes in each of these skits.
- “America” / Don Colon / an appropriation of the Godfather
- The Armchair Revolutionist / Ernesto “Che” Guevara
- Abuélo / Shooting
- Straight Jacket / Chicanos on the Storm
- Stand & Deliver Pizza / Jaime Escalante
- End Song – We’re Culture Clash and we’re here to stay
Melvin Van Peebles’ Classified X (1998) Name: _______________________
Link on utube: Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOfwnPJtHJM
This documentary explores the representation of African Americans in the history of American cinema through the eyes of
Melvin Van Peebles – Director, Actor & Producer.
- Originally, how were African American actors depicted in movies in what Van Peebles’ refers to as the “Old Negro” era?
- What is meant by the “New Negro” and how did the representation change during this era?
- How were black actors portrayed in independent black films?
- Why did black actors play in roles that weren’t necessarily positive stereotypes?
- What is meant by the “No Negro” era?
- How does Van Peebles describe the “Blaxploitation” era in film? What was his contribution to the genre?
- Since 1998, when this documentary was made, how have opportunities changed for African American actors? Be specific. Names of actors, roles they’ve played, titles of movies, awards won, etc.