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Sunday, January 18, 2009

Black Comedians... @ the 2009 Sundance Festival

I know I have so many things I research for you all but this one is one I'm really anxious to see come to light. Since I am a owner of the book in which has yet to be finished (sorry Darryl), I love to share newer news on it. The 2009 Sundance Film Festival took place in Utah and I've found bits a pieces of 'Why We Laugh: Black Comedians on Black Comedy' and what it's been doing there thanks to Director Robert Townsend. Here's a interview with him and following will be photos and/or links to even more info.

Director Robert Townsend's interview @ the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. Click the white text as in here they are links to quality info... ok, 86.6% of the time.

Next I leave some photos of Robert while there:

And in closing, here's the festivals page on the 95 minute documentary soon coming to a theater and/or DVD soon, we hope.


  1. I said the same thing when I read it Kofi.

  2. I forgot to add in some new scoop. Stage Time Magazine put this documentary in their '10 Things We're Excited About In Comedy 2009' list at #3. Go DL!!

  3. I bet Utah is over run with Californian's during this time.

    There was a spoof referencing this on South Park.


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