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. He coined the term 'L.A. Rebellion' for the Los Angeles School of Black Filmmakers movement. 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).
- New York Times, May 27, 2001.
- Africana Studies at New York University.
- UCLA Film & Television Archive
- Clyde Taylor, "One struggle, many fronts", Jump Cut, no. 23, October 1980, pp. 10-11.
- Clyde Taylor Celebration & Tribute, Institute of African American Affairs, 2008.
- "Humanism, Cinema and Engagement: Clyde Taylor and the L.A. Rebellion Symposium", UCLA Film & Television Archive.
- Jan-Christopher Horak, "What's In a Name? L.A. Rebellion", October 28, 2011, UCLA Film & Television Archive.