Sinopse

Hollywood in Color is a new podcast telling the stories of the stars usually left out of entertainment history the people of color in front of and behind the camera who have been representing for over a century. Host Diana Martinez has a PhD in film and media studies and has written for Slate, The Atlantic, and Women in Hollywood.

Episódios

  • Sonic Cinema: The Making of The Bodyguard

    Sonic Cinema: The Making of The Bodyguard

    18/01/2019 Duração: 41min

    This is episode 2 of Sonic Cinema: a series looking at a few starring history’s most iconic musicians. Today — The Making of The Bodyguard. All episodes of Hollywood in Color are heavily researched. Here are the major sources used for this episode: Whitney directed by Kevin Macdonald (documentary) Whitney: "Can I Be Me?" directed by Nick Broomfield and Rudi Dolezal (documentary) Romance and Rights: The Politics of Interracial Intimacy, 1945-1954 by Alex Lubin (book) Interracial Romance as a Staged Spectacle in "Made in America," "Bringing Down the House" and "Guess Who" by Helene Charlery (article) Working Girls: Gender and Sexuality in Popular Cinema (Chapter 8: Music, Video, Cinema: Singers and Movie Stars) by Yvonne Tasker Whitney Houston 1963-2012 by Robin Roberts (article) Nationality, Race, and Gender on the American Pop Charts: What happened in the '90s? by Alan Wells (article) Whitney is Every Woman: Cultural Politics and the Pop Star by Marla Shelton (article)

  • Sonic Cinema: The Making of Selena

    Sonic Cinema: The Making of Selena

    26/09/2018 Duração: 26min

    All episodes of Hollywood in Color are heavily researched. Here are the major sources used for this episode: Selenidad: Selena, Latinos, and the Performance of Memory by Deborah Paredez (book) Dance and the Hollywood Latina: Race, Sex, and Stardom by Priscilla Ovalle (book) Dissonant Divas in Chicana Music: The Limits of La Onda (Chapter 5: Giving us that Brown Soul) by Deborah Vargas (book) From Bananas to Buttocks: The Latina Body in Film and Popular Culture (Chapter 7: The New Wave of Border Crossing) by Tara Lockhart (book) Selena's Good Buy: Texas Mexicans, History, and Selena Meet Transnational Capitalism by Raul Coronado Jr. (article) Jennifer as Selena: Rethinking Latinidad in Media and Popular Culture by Frances R. Aparicio (article) The Chicana/Latina Dyad, or Identity and Perception by Alicia Gaspar de Alba (article) Jennifer's Butt by Frances Negron-Muntaner (article) Brain, Brow, and Booty: Latina Iconicity in U.S. Popular Culture by Isabel Molina Guzman and Angharad N. Valdivia (article) Meet Da

  • Hattie McDaniel: The End

    Hattie McDaniel: The End

    04/07/2018 Duração: 30min

    All episodes of Hollywood in Color are heavily researched. Here are the major sources used for this episode: Hattie McDaniel: Black Ambition, White Hollywood (book) by Jill Watts Hattie: The Life of Hattie McDaniel (book) by Carlton Jackson Cinema Civil Rights: Regulation, Repression, and Race in the Classical Hollywood Era (book) by Ellen Scott Making Movies Black: The Hollywood Message Movie from WWII to the Civil Rights Era (book) by Thomas Cripps Black Culture and the New Deal: The Quest for Civil Rights in the Roosevelt Era (book) by Lauren Rebecca Sklaroff Beulah and the Moynihan Report (article) by Gerald R. Butters From Blackface to Beulah: Subtle Subversion in Early Black Sitcoms (article) by Mack Scott Race, Class, and Gender in Beulah and Bernie Mac (article) by Angela Nelson Star Dances: African-American Constructions of Stardom, 1925-1960 (book chapter) by Arthur Knight Toms, Coons, Mulattoes, Mammies, and Bucks: An Interpretive History of Blacks in American Films (books) by Donald Bogle Music us

  • Hattie McDaniel: Winning and Losing

    Hattie McDaniel: Winning and Losing

    28/06/2018 Duração: 34min

    All episodes of Hollywood in Color are heavily researched. Here are the major sources used for this episode: Hattie McDaniel: Black Ambition, White Hollywood (book) by Jill Watts Hattie: The Life of Hattie McDaniel (book) by Carlton Jackson Scarlett, Rhett, and A Cast of Thousands: The filming of Gone with the Wind (book) by Roland Flamini Memo from David O. Selznick (book) by David O. Selznick White Robes, Silver Screens: Movies and the Making of the KKK (book) by Tom Rice Gone with the Wind: Black and White in Technicolor (article) by Ruth Elizabeth Burks The Rise of the Ku Klux Klan Right-Wing Movements and National Politics by Rory McVeigh Race and the Cloud of Unknowing in Gone with the Wind (article) by Patricia Yeager The Black Reaction to Gone with the Wind (article) by JD Stevens The African American Press' Reception of Gone with the Wind (article) by James Tracy Music used in this episode (listed in order heard): Theme song (intro and outro): Hombre (Instrumental) by Kevin J. Simon (marmosetmusic.c

  • Hattie McDaniel: The Beginning

    Hattie McDaniel: The Beginning

    19/06/2018 Duração: 29min

    All episodes of Hollywood in Color are heavily researched. Here are the major sources used for this episode: Hattie McDaniel: Black Ambition, White Hollywood (book) by Jill Watts Hattie: The Life of Hattie McDaniel (book) by Carlton Jackson Hattie McDaniel and the Culture of Dissemblance (article) by Victoria Sturtevant African American Actresses: The Struggle for Visibility, 1900-1960 (book) by Charlene B. Regester Clinging to Mammy: The Faithful Slave in 20th Century America (book) by Micki McElya This Is Not Dixie: Racist Violence in Kansas, 1861-1927 (book) by Brent M.S. Campney Music used in this episode (listed in order heard): Theme song (intro and outro): Hombre (Instrumental) by Kevin J. Simon (marmosetmusic.com) Danse Morialta by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) — Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Ave Marimba by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) — Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Small Daffs by Axletree (freemusicarchive.org) — Licensed under Creati

  • Las Reinas of Los Angeles: The End

    Las Reinas of Los Angeles: The End

    15/05/2018 Duração: 31min

    All episodes of Hollywood in Color are heavily researched. Here are the major sources used for this episode: Dolores Del Rio: Beauty in Light and Shade (book) by Linda B Hall Lupe Vélez: The Life and Career of Hollywood's Mexican Spitfire (book) by Michelle Vogel Lupe Vélez: Queen of the Bs (in the book From Bananas to Buttocks: The Latina Body in Popular Film and Culture) by Rosa Linda Fregoso Spitfire: Lupe Velez and the Ambivalent Pleasures of Ethnic Masquerade (article) by Victoria Sturtevant "You Don't Say That in English!": The Scandal of Lupe Velez (book chapter) by Henry Jenkins The Assumption of Lupe Velez (thesis) by Rita Gonzalez Decade of Betrayal: Mexican Repatriation in the 1930s (book) by Francisco E. Balderrama The Rise of Spanish-Language Filmmaking: Out from Hollywood's Shadow, 1929-1939 (book) by Lisa Jarvinen Making Cinelandia: American Films and Mexican Film Culture before the Golden Age (book) by Laura Isabel Serna Mexico on Main Street: Transnational Film Culture in Los Angele

  • Las Reinas of Los Angeles: An Ominous Transition

    Las Reinas of Los Angeles: An Ominous Transition

    08/05/2018 Duração: 36min

    All episodes of Hollywood in Color are heavily researched. Here are the major sources used for this episode: Dolores Del Rio: Beauty in Light and Shade (book) by Linda B Hall Dance and the Hollywood Latina (book) by Priscilla Ovalle The Invention of Dolores Del Rio (book) by Joanne Herschfield Dolores Del Rio, the First “Latin Invasion,” and Hollywood’s Transition to Sound (article) by Mary Beltrán Spitfire: Lupe Velez and the Ambivalent Pleasures of Ethnic Masquerade (article) by Victoria Sturtevant "Cinema at its Source": Synchronizing Race and Sound in the Early Talkies (article) by Alice Maurice All archival materials referenced were found on mediahistoryproject.org Music used in this episode (listed in order heard): Theme song (intro and outro): Hombre (Instrumental) by Kevin J. Simon (marmosetmusic.com) Excerpts from The Jazz Singer (youtube.com) Bleu by Kumiko (freemusicarchive.org) — Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License Someday I'll Like You But Before Let Me Rest In

  • Las Reinas of Los Angeles: Lupe Finds Fame

    Las Reinas of Los Angeles: Lupe Finds Fame

    01/05/2018 Duração: 34min

    All episodes of Hollywood in Color are heavily researched. Here are the major sources used for this episode: Lupe Velez: The Life and Career of Hollywood's Mexican Spitfire (book) by Michelle Vogel A Trans-American Dream: Lupe Velez and the Performance of Transculturation (dissertation) by Kristy A. Rawson Scandals of Classic Hollywood (book) by Anne Helen Petersen Gary Cooper: An Intimate Biography (book) by Hector Arce Dance and the Hollywood Latina (book) by Priscilla Ovalle Spitfire: Lupe Velez and the Ambivalent Pleasures of Ethnic Masquerade (article) by Victoria Sturtevant "You Don't Say That in English!": The Scandal of Lupe Velez (book chapter) by Henry Jenkins All archival materials referenced were found on mediahistoryproject.org Music used in this episode (listed in order heard): Theme song (intro and outro): Hombre (Instrumental) by Kevin J. Simon (marmosetmusic.com) Ghostpocalypse - 8 Epilog by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) — Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Licen

  • Las Reinas of Los Angeles: Dolores Makes it Big

    Las Reinas of Los Angeles: Dolores Makes it Big

    24/04/2018 Duração: 37min

    All episodes of Hollywood in Color are heavily researched. Here are the major sources used for this episode: Rebirth: Mexican Los Angeles from the Great Migration to the Great Depression (book) by Douglas Monroy Whitewashed Adobe: The Rise of Los Angeles (book) by William Deverell Filming Pancho Villa: How Hollywood Shaped the Mexican Revolution (book) by Margarita de Orellana Making Cinelandia: American Films and Mexican Film Culture before the Golden Age (book) by Laura Isabel Serna Mexico on Main Street: Transnational Film Culture in Los Angeles Before World War II (book) by Colin Gunckel Southern California: An Island on the Land (book) by Carey McWilliams Dolores Del Río: Beauty in Light and Shade (book) by Linda B. Hall The Invention of Dolores Del Río (book) by Joanne Herschfield Dance and the Hollywood Latina (book) by Priscilla Ovalle From Hollywood and Back: Dolores Del Rio, A Transnational Star (article) by Ana M. Lopez Spitfire: Lupe Velez and the Ambivalent Pleasures of Ethnic Masquerade (article

  • Las Reinas of Los Angeles: The Beginning

    Las Reinas of Los Angeles: The Beginning

    17/04/2018 Duração: 29min

    All episodes of Hollywood in Color are heavily researched. Here are the major sources used for this episode: The Mexican Revolution: A Very Short Introduction (book) by Alan Knight Rebirth: Mexican Los Angeles from the Great Migration to the Great Depression (book) by Douglas Monroy Dolores Del Río: Beauty in Light and Shade (book) by Linda B. Hall The Invention of Dolores Del Río (book) by Joanne Herschfield Dance and the Hollywood Latina (book) by Priscilla Ovalle Lupe Vélez: The Life and Career of Hollywood's Mexican Spitfire (book) by Michelle Vogel Lupe Vélez Before Hollywood: Mexico's First Iconic 'Modern Girl' (in the book Latin American Icons: Fame Across Borders) by Kristy Rawson Lupe Vélez: Queen of the Bs (in the book From Bananas to Buttocks: The Latina Body in Popular Film and Culture) by Rosa Linda Fregoso Music used in this episode (listed in order heard): Theme song (intro and outro): Hombre (Instrumental) by Kevin J. Simon (marmosetmusic.com) As I Figure by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) —

  • Introducing Hollywood in Color

    Introducing Hollywood in Color

    26/03/2018 Duração: 03min

    Hollywood in Color is a new podcast telling the stories of the stars usually left out of entertainment history — the people of color in front of and behind the camera who have been representing for over a century. Host Diana Martinez has a PhD in film and media studies and has written for Slate, The Atlantic, and Women in Hollywood. Every season of Hollywood in Color focuses on a certain star or set of stars that have something in common — maybe they were rivals, maybe they were friends, or maybe their lives echo one another from disparate points in time. By looking closely at the careers of successful people of color in Hollywood we can learn more about the industry, and how that industry shapes the way we think about race and ethnicity today. Season 1 begins April 17. New episodes every Tuesday. Music used in this episode: Theme song (intro and outro): Hombre (Instrumental) by Kevin J. Simon Cuban Sandwich by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) — Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Holly

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