Did you know that the same year that Driving Miss Daisy won multiple Academy Awards, that Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing wasn’t even nominated? If you are a fan of Black cinema, then you are going to love this episode. Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing Len Web and Vincent Williams, co-hosts of “The Micheaux Mission” podcast and creators of the new podcast documentary “Class of 1989”.
The Micheaux Mission livestream provides insightful and in-depth analysis of literally every black film ever made, and the co-hosts’ discussions range from debates on what constitutes a black film to reviews of hidden gems, making this podcast a must-listen for any film lover.
“The Class of 1989” is a fascinating podcast limited series exploring the pivotal year for Black cinema and features interviews with industry professionals.
I’ve known these guys for years, so this discussion is full of laughter. Enjoy!
Len Webb and Vincent Williams took a whole year to create the podcast documentary “The Class of 1989”
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