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The epilogue considers the afterlife of the issues raised in the book, focusing in particular on race film and later useful films made in the service of African American causes. Through the example of Oscar Micheaux’s Body and Soul (1925), the epilogue points to a legacy that uplift cinema left for later filmmakers. Uplift cinema becomes a model for alternative uses of motion picture technology that opened up new possibilities for African American engagements with cinema.

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