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Filmmakers’ Portraits Exhibited: Twelve African-American filmmakers are being honored in an exhibit of portraits that opens to the public Saturday and runs until Feb. 3, at the California Afro-American Museum in Los Angeles’ Exposition Park. Honorees are Madeline Anderson, St. Clair Bourne, Charles Burnett, Ossie Davis, William Greaves, Charles Lane, Spike Lee, Michelle Parkerson and Melvin Van Peebles, plus deceased filmmakers Oscar Micheaux, Kathleen Collins Prettyman and Spencer Williams. The show of portraits, by New York-based artist Louis Delsarte, is sponsored by Miller Brewing Co.'s “Gallery of Greats” series. and will tour other museums in the United States. Los Angeles- based Burnett wrote and directed the 1990 film “To Sleep With Anger” starring Danny Glover.


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