Tag Archives: The Hughes Brothers

THE BROTHERS DOZEN & A SISTA – 13 Successful Black Directors

THE BROTHERS DOZEN & A SISTA – 13 Successful Black Directors

Saw a story on Atlanta Blackstar’s website about black film directors.  A good overview of these mavericks, I wanted to share and archive it, here in the Funkalicious blog…

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44 of FUNKALICIOUS’ FAVORITE FILMMAKERS & STORYTELLERS

44 of FUNKALICIOUS’ FAVORITE FILMMAKERS & STORYTELLERS

As I was prepping the blog that will follow this one, it occurred to me that I had yet to create this list.  Although I’ve done items on a few of them, as this outlet and website continues to grow, I wanted to pay homage to those that have shaped, inspired and influenced my view and love for film.

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ALL ABOUT ALBERT & ALLEN – The Hughes Brothers

ALL ABOUT ALBERT & ALLEN – The Hughes Brothers

The Hughes Brothers set it off in the world of cinema with their gritty depiction of South Central L-A ala the film “Menace II Society” in 1993.  A ghetto opus captured on screen, it made John Singleton’s “Boyz N The Hood” of two years prior look like a Disney movie.  After four releases under their preverbal belts as a directing duo, the brothers Executive Produced their fifth release “Scratch.”

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THE POLOTRICKS OF BLACK FILM AND THE BITTERSWEET COVETED OSCARS

THE POLOTRICKS OF BLACK FILM AND THE BITTERSWEET COVETED OSCARS

 

The nominees are in… this past Tuesday the annual Oscar nominations were announced.  A lover of movies, I was always impressed by a show that honored the best of the best in film as a youth.

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