Directed by Joanne Burke. This documentary surveys some of the influential African American writers, artists, and intellectuals (Langston Hughes, Josephine Baker, et al.) who lived in Paris between WWI and the early 1960s. (USA/France, 2016, color/b&w, video, 60 min.) Preceded at 1:30 by Annette von Wangenheim’s 45-min. Josephine Baker: Black Diva in a White Man’s World (Germany, 2006, subtitles).
Admission $10, CMA members $7