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Spike Lee is first black person to lead Cannes Film Festival jury
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Spike Lee makes history as first black president of Cannes jury
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Ruth E. Carter - 'Black Panther'
The trailblazing costume designer â€” the first black person ever nominated for the best costume design Oscar, who now has three such noms to her name (no black woman has more across all categories) â€” reflects on breaking into her profession when no other black women were getting work, her 14 collaborations with Spike Lee and what it was like costuming a 2018 movie unlike any before it. But first: Melissa Berton and Rayka Zehtabchi join Scott to discuss the best documentary short Oscar nominee 'Period. End of Sentence,' a film they made about young women in India whose lives were changed by contemporaries in Los Angeles.
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Spike Lee / Paul Schrader On 'First Reformed'
Filmmaker Spike Lee is nominated for best director for 'BlackKkKlansman.' He spoke with Terry Gross about growing up in Brooklyn, gentrification, and how he got started in film. TV critic David Bianculli reviews the Amazon documentary series 'Lorena,' about Lorena Bobbitt, who made headlines in 1993 when she cut off her husband's penis. 'First Reformed,' which Paul Schrader wrote and directed, is up for an Oscar for best screenplay. Ethan Hawke stars as a divorced minister experiencing a crisis of faith. Schrader also wrote the screenplay for the 1976 film 'Taxi Driver.' Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'Birds of Passage,' about the origins of the Colombian drug trade, from the point of view of an indigenous family.
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This week we talk about the 1992 release, Malcolm X, starring Denzel Washington. We discuss black history, the length of the film, how it was robbed by the academy, and the significance of Malcolm X. ---ALSO Black Men Can't Jump In Hollywood has launched a Patreon! Sign up now to get access to exclusive BONUS content!: https://www.patreon.com/BMCJ