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Eros: Erotic Love |E2: Summer of Black Love |It's Morayo

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In this episode of the Summer of Black Love, a series exploring how kinds of black love are portrayed in film, I examine the erotic, depictions of sex...

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In this episode of the Summer of Black Love, a series exploring how kinds of black love are portrayed in film, I examine the erotic, depictions of sexual passion in the work of Gina Prince-Bythewood and Spike Lee, respectively. The concept of the cinematic gaze is explored via Laura Mulvey's concept of the male gaze and bell hooks' theory of The Oppositional Gaze to compare the message of a film and how much the images presented on screen align with this message. Audre Lorde's essay 'The Use of the Erotic' is the central definition for the erotic in this essay and the version used is linked below.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFHwg6aNKy0
I forgot to mention this a section of a interview where bell hooks discusses Spike Lee's work linked below if you want to see it:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEQh-Zpb4XU
Chapters
0:00 Warnings
0:34 What is Eros
01:18 The Male Gaze
02:56 The Power of the Erotic
04:40 Spike Lee and the Spiked Lens
13:02 Gina Prince-Bythewood and Sight
17:03 The Oppositional Gaze
20:04 Conclusion

















The films referenced:
Spike Lee:
She's Gotta Have It (1986)
Girl 6 (1996)
Chi-Raq (2015)
Gina Prince-Bythewood:
Love and Basketball (2000)
Disappearing Acts (2000)
Beyond the Lights (2014)





I'm trying to commit to uploading on time, every Sunday for this series so I had to dial back on the visuals to get it up on time, hopefully next week is different...
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