Goodbye Uncle Tom is possibly the most politically incorrect “shockumentary” you are ever likely to see. A disgusting, perverted, apparently hysterical, look at the slave trade in the mid 1800s by Italian directors Gualtiero Jacopetti and Franco Prosperi.
To coincide with a new website outlining Sylvester Stein’s interesting life, the Nononsense Press republishes his third novel, written in the early ’60s and called, ‘What the World Owes Me by Mary Bowes.’
They have organised this fashion show for so many years that no one remembers exactly when – or even why – it all began. Beautifully filmed and acted. Watch The Swenkas, and you might just weep.
SAFE is accessible, relevant and essential video drama. It was produced as a resource for teachers, social workers, youth workers and everyone mentoring young African, Caribbean and Asian men.
The idiot was standing there with my wallet in his hand, and this look on his face like he’d just captured some thief, and was about to call the police. Why do you suppose these things always happen to me?
Dutchman (1966) is the 55 mins film of Armri Baraka’s shocking one-act play first presented at the Cherry Lane Theatre in New York City in March, 1964. Actors: Shirley Knight, Al Freeman Jr., Frank Lieberman, Robert Calvert, Howard Bennett. Director: Anthony Harvey.