Reginald Hudlin

Director, producer, screenwriter

Director, producer, screenwriter

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You may have never heard of Clarence Avant, but this enigmatic manager, producer and record executive has touched the lives of a wide array of people you have heard of: Bill Withers,…

Reginald Hudlin on ‘The Black Godfather’ & black filmmakers breaking through

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