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decade between 1977 and 1986keith corson provides a 1977 and 1986Keith Corson provides a definition of blaxploitation laysout a concrete reason for its end and explains the major gap in African Americana concrete reason for its end and explains the major gap in African American during the years that followed He focuses primarily on the work of eight directors Michael Schultz Sidney Poitier Jamaa Fanaka Fred Williamson Gilbert Moses Stan Lathan Richard Pryor and Prince who were the only. .
From 1972 to 1976 Hollywood made an nprecedented number of films targeted at black audiences But following this era known as blaxploitation the momentum suddenly reversed for black filmmakers and a large void separates the end of blaxploitation from the black film explosion that followedTHE ARRIVAL OF SPIKE LEE'S SHE'S GOTTA HAVE ITarrival of Spike Lee's She's Gotta Have It 1986 Illuminating an overlooked era in African American film history Trying to Get Over is the first in dep. Black directors making commercially distributed films in the decade following the blaxploitation cycle Using the careers of each director*and the twenty *the twenty films they produced during this time to tell a larger story aboutand the shifting dialogue about race power and access Corson shows how these directors are a key ofthe shifting dialogue about race power and access Corson shows how these directors are a key part of continuum of African American cinema and how they have shaped popular culture over the past Space Rebels uarter centu.