Clyde Taylor

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Clyde Taylor is an African-American writer and film scholar, who is an emeritus professor at New York University, and a contributor to journals such as Black Film Review and Jump Cut.[1][2][3][4][5][6] He coined the term 'L.A. Rebellion' for the Los Angeles School of Black Filmmakers movement.[7][8] He wrote the documentary film, Midnight Ramble, and is the author of The Mask of Art: Breaking the Aesthetic Contract – Film and Literature (Indiana University Press, 1998).[9]

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