The Black Film Center/Archive and the IU Cinema are celebrating the life and career of filmmaker Michael Schultz on his 80th birthday with “Young, Gifted, and Black: Michael Schultz Celebrates 50 Years in Stage and Screen,” a four-part film series.
The second screening, To Be Young, Gifted, and Black (1972), is at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 7 in the IU Moving Image Archive Screening Room of the Herman B Wells Library. The screening is free, but a reservation is required.
- Reserve a spot.
- Learn about the series’s first screening, The Last Dragon.
- Learn about the series’s third screening, Cooley High.
- Learn about the series’s fourth screening, Krush Groove.
- Learn about the series’s fifth screening, Car Wash.
- Learn about Schultz’s Jorgensen Guest Filmmaker lecture.
- Visit the Black Film Center/Archive’s website.