Changing the visual landscape of films and television has been a long time coming. The enduring myth was as follows: Content that did not cater to the so-called general market (a popular euphemism for white people) would never be popular. An extension of that flawed thinking went even further, suggesting stories featuring Black or generally diverse themes and talent would not find traction with overseas audiences.
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