Arts Express: Dolph Lundgren Talks Skin Trade

The Book Of Negroes:

The second secret American Revolution in 1776 freed thousand of slaves, in this historical drama. It features that rare celebrated phenomenon, a female rebel leading a victory against human bondage in America. This is a conversation with the African Canadian filmmaker Clement Virgo and female freedom fighter on screen, star Aunjanue Ellis.

Skin Trade:

A conversation with actor Dolph Lundgren delves into combating global sex trafficking as an action hero on screen, trading in brains for brawn as a former Fulbright Scholar, and how he got involved in movies by chance when asked to point a gun at Christopher Walken’s head during a visit with girlfriend Grace Jones, to the set of her James Bond movie.


The Cannes Film Festival Report:

Professor Dennis Broe reports on location for Arts Express. The professor deconstructed the continued cultural imperialism of the cinematic marketplace, and the infiltration of the red carpet economy at all levels of the global film industry. And how Professor Broe accidentally wandered into a French street rally promoting fascism and monarchism.

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Prairie Miller
Prairie Miller is a New York multimedia journalist online, in print and radio, who reviews movies and conducts in-depth interviews. She can also be heard on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network's Arts Express.