During his filmmaking career, director Daryl Wein has tackled topics that the mainstream shies away from. In “Blueprint”, he presents the story of a man struggling to find his identity after a racially charged murder shakes his neighborhood of South Side, Chicago - placing immense importance on the lack of coverage of police brutality and racial violence in mainstream art. Today on The Treatment, Wein discusses what is means to be a white male filmmaker creating work from an African American perspective as well as the struggle to get distribution and theatrical release for his racially charged film.
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