|Directed by||Stig Björkman|
|Produced by||Jack Jordan|
|Written by||Maya Angelou|
|Screenplay by||Maya Angelou|
|Edited by||Sten-Göran Camitz|
Georgia, Georgia is a 1972 Swedish-American drama film directed by Stig Björkman. It was entered into the 23rd Berlin International Film Festival. Its screenplay, written by Maya Angelou, is the first screenplay written by a black woman; Angelou also wrote the film's soundtrack, despite having very little additional input in the making of the film.
- Dirk Benedict as Michael Winters
- Diana Sands as Georgia Martin
- Stig Engström as Lars
- James Thomas Finley Jr. as Jack
- Roger Furman as Herbert Thompson
- Minnie Gentry as Mrs. Alberta Anderson
- Tina Hedström as Waitress
- Randolph Henry as Gus
- Diana Kjær as Birgit
- Lars-Erik Berenett as Reception Clerk
- Vibeke Løkkeberg as Guest
- Artie Sheppard as Scottie
- Terry Whitmore as Bobo
- "Georgia, Georgia". Film Affinity. Retrieved 13 January 2017.
- Brown, Avonie (4 January 1997). "Maya Angelou: The Phenomenal Woman Rises Again". New York Amsterdam News (88): 2.
- Gillespie, Marcia Ann; Butler, Rosa Johnson; Long, Richard A. (2008). Maya Angelou: A Glorious Celebration. New York: Random House. p. 105. ISBN 978-0-385-51108-7.
- Angelou, Maya (2013). Mom & Me & Mom. New York: Random House. pp. 168–178. ISBN 1-4000-6611-5.
- Georgia, Georgia at the Internet Movie Database
- Georgia, Georgia at the Swedish Film Institute Database
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