The People's History of Film

Episode 34

Ashlee Blackwell

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Hello listeners! Welcome to an extra spooky Halloween edition of The People's History of Film. On this episode, Dalton sat down via Skype to talk with media and pop culture writer, Ashlee Blackwell. Ashlee is lover of all film but holds a special place in her heart for horror. Told you it was a Halloween special. Ashlee's love of horror, coupled with a lack of representation of women of color in the genre, lead her to create the website Graveyard Shift Sisters which is focused on highlighting and celebrating Black women and women of color in the genre she loves. It's also the home of the Girls Will Be Ghouls podcast. Ashlee was an incredible guest and was ready to talk about all the aspects of the film-going experience that you know we love to explore on this show.

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2016-10-25T12:45:00+00:00
The People's History of Film - Ashlee Blackwell
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