by Bruce Chadwick
If you are a Bogart fan, the MOMA film fest tribute is for you.
Jacob Lawrence’s 60 panels portraying the Great Migration of blacks from the South will be brought together in a show at MoMA next year.
After years of research, a historic find has emerged: what MoMA curators say is the earliest surviving footage for a feature film with a black cast.
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