ESSAY: Finding Mentorship in the Writings of Jessie Maple || Screening Twice as Nice | Tonight 1/30 6:15PM | LI 048 | Maple in person

Guest post! Essence London, Indiana University Alumna and a past editor-in-chief of the Indiana Review, a non-profit literary magazine dedicated to showcasing the talents of emerging and established writers, offers her thoughts on Jessie Maple's books How to Become a Union Camerawoman—Film, Video-Tape and The Maple Crew, published in 2019. Finding Mentorship in the Writings … Continue reading ESSAY: Finding Mentorship in the Writings of Jessie Maple || Screening Twice as Nice | Tonight 1/30 6:15PM | LI 048 | Maple in person

Into the Archive: Exploring the Jessie Maple Collection

Not enough people, it seems, are aware of Jessie Maple, given her contributions to black cinema.  So for those who aren’t familiar, an introduction from Diane Tucker: Jessie Maple is included in nearly every who's who of film except the Registry. Will is the first post civil rights feature-length film produced by an African-American woman. … Continue reading Into the Archive: Exploring the Jessie Maple Collection