Films byTexts by Bill Gunn
Bill Gunn, 1973, 113’

“I want to say that it is a terrible thing to be a black artist in this country – for reasons too private to expose to the arrogance of white criticism. [...] A critic wondered where was the race problem. If he looks closely, he will find it in his own review.

Bill Gunn, 1980, 165’

“Gunn's story – that of a visionary filmmaker left on the sidelines of the most ostensibly liberated period of American filmmaking – is, unfortunately, not unique.