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Pam Grier on ‘Foxy Brown’ and Black Feminism
Pam Grier on 'Foxy Brown' and Black Feminism - BLAC Detroit Magazine
Blaxploitation or blacksploitation is an ethnic subgenre of the exploitation film that emerged in the United States during the early s. The films, while popular, suffered backlash for disproportionate numbers of stereotypical film characters showing bad or questionable motives, including criminals, etc. However, the genre does rank among the first in which black characters and communities are the heroes and subjects of film and television, rather than sidekicks or villains or victims of brutality. Blaxploitation films were originally aimed at an urban African-American audience,  but the genre's audience appeal soon broadened across racial and ethnic lines. Hollywood realized the potential profit of expanding the audiences of blaxploitation films across those racial lines. Variety credited Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song and the less radical, Hollywood-financed film Shaft both released in with the invention of the blaxploitation genre. When set in the Northeast or West Coast , blaxploitation films are mainly set in poor urban neighborhoods.
I was watching Foxy Brown again last night, and remembered that this starts this week - on Friday to be exact! Something to do Even though I've seen almost every one of Pam Grier's films, I actually haven't seen most of them on the big screen, in a theatrical setting especially the older films , so this is a retrospective I'll make an effort to attend. Plus, Pam Grier will be present , in-person, for several of the screenings, as well as for a one-on-one conversation with Grier, which is all only icing on the cake.
More than 40 years after the films that launched her career, she is still the ultimate symbol of a strong, sexy Black woman. We talked with the screen siren about her legacy on and off the screen. With a roster of iconic personas spanning across film and TV genres, Grier, 64, says her recognition usually depends on your favorite channel. Whatever is on that week. But how exactly did she cross over from B-movies to prominent international icon?