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A Different Image
1982, 52 minutes, Color, 16mm/DVD
Order No. W99259
A highly-acclaimed film, A DIFFERENT IMAGE is an extraordinary poetic portrait of a beautiful young African American woman attempting to escape becoming a sex object and to discover her true heritage. Through a sensitive and humorous story about her relationship with a man, the film makes provocative connections between racism and sexual stereotyping. The screenplay of A DIFFERENT IMAGE is published in Screenplays of the African American Experience, edited by Dr. Phyllis R. Klotman.



AWARDS, FESTIVALS, & SCREENINGS

  • Black American Cinema Society, First Prize
  • London Black Film Festival
  • Black Filmmaker Foundation, Best Production

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    "Extraordinary, a fresh and clear expression of an acute sensibility."
    Kevin Thomas
    Los Angeles Times

    "The most popular film at the NWSA conference ...a fine combination of image, sound and content."
    Linda Bierds
    University of Washington

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