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  1. I'm currently doing research on female filmmakers and actors of the African diaspora from 1920s-1970s. So far, I've covered Maria P. Williams, Tressie Sounders, Zora Neale Hurston, and Eloyce Gist. Does anyone have an leads or information on any Black women in and outside of America during this time period making films and creating behind the scenes? Is so, please let me know. Feel free to read the current posts I have focusing on the aforementioned directors and producers as well as actress Nina Mae McKinney from King Vidor's film Hallelujah in 1929.
  2. Sad news for fans of animated movies. MONSTERS INC screenwriter Daniel Gerson has died at the age of 49 (50?). He had brain cancer.
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