Michael Bodhi Green Michael Bodhi Green

Michel Bodhi Green has taught and written about film for two decades. His work has appeared in numerous publications including Salon, Film International, Senses of Cinema, Bright Lights Film Journal, Pop Matters, and The Journal of Film and Video. He is the co-editor of Race in American Film: Voices and Visions that Shaped a Nation, which Library Journal named a Best Reference work of 2017. He lives in Los Angeles and currently teaches “The Language of Filmmaking” for UCLA Extension.
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