|Distributed by||Public Broadcasting System (PBS)|
|Directed by||Deborah Pratt|
|Produced by||Ronald Colby
|Written by||Langston Hughes (short story)
Ann Peacock (teleplay)
Arlen Dean Snyder
|Music by||Patrice Rushen|
|Editing by||Debra I. Moore|
|Production company||Alt Films
USA: October 25, 2000
|Running time||93 minutes|
Cora Unashamed is a TV film from The American Collection directed by Deborah M. Pratt, starring Regina Taylor and Cherry Jones, and released in 2000. The movie is based on a short story by the same name in The Ways of White Folks, a collection of short stories by Langston Hughes. Cinematographer Ernest Holzman won an American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) Award, for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Movies of the Week/Mini-Series'/Pilot for Network or Basic Broadcast TV, for his work on this film. David Herbert Donald called the short story "a brilliantly realized portrait of an isolated black woman in a small Middle Western town, who stoically survives her own sorrows but in the end lashes out against the hypocrisy of the whites who employ her."
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