Rebecca Prime

A professor at Hood University and the author of “Hollywood Exiles in Europe: The Blacklist and Cold War Film Culture.”

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Rebecca Prime is the Libman Professor of the Humanities at Hood College in Frederick, Maryland, USA. She is a film historian who specializes in transnational film history and aesthetics. Her previous publications include Hollywood Exiles in Europe: the Blacklist and Cold War Film Culture.

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Tonight, the UCLA Film and Television Archive kicks-off a  screening series  called “ Hollywood Exiles in Europe ” with the 1950 film “Christ in Concrete.”

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