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AFS Arthouse: The Sepia Screen

Not rated, 140 min. Directed by Various.

This series spotlights 35mm “race” films from the collection of the Jones Film and Video Collection at Southern Methodist University. These films are from the “separate but unequal” chapter of America’s history. Films screening include "The Vanities" (1946), Dirty Gertie from Harlem U.S.A. (1946), and Souls of Sin (1949). For more, see "The Racial Divide in Movies," July 25.
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