Far From Hollywood
Charles Burnett has become the Gustav Flaubert and Henry James of his South-Central Los Angeles community by creating minutely detailed films depicting the simple but often heroic acts of people trying to follow a strong moral code, no matter the cost.
Charles Nafus



The Starlet's Passion
In the 1950s, starlet and folksinger Katie Lee had a promising showbiz career ahead of her. Then she fell in love with poor, doomed Glen Canyon.
Leo W. Banks



Far From Hollywood
Charles Burnett has become the Gustav Flaubert and Henry James of his South-Central Los Angeles community by creating minutely detailed films depicting the simple but often heroic acts of people trying to follow a strong moral code, no matter the cost.
Charles Nafus



The Starlet's Passion
In the 1950s, starlet and folksinger Katie Lee had a promising showbiz career ahead of her. Then she fell in love with poor, doomed Glen Canyon.
Leo W. Banks



Far From Hollywood
Charles Burnett has become the Gustav Flaubert and Henry James of his South-Central Los Angeles community by creating minutely detailed films depicting the simple but often heroic acts of people trying to follow a strong moral code, no matter the cost.
Charles Nafus



The Starlet's Passion
In the 1950s, starlet and folksinger Katie Lee had a promising showbiz career ahead of her. Then she fell in love with poor, doomed Glen Canyon.
Leo W. Banks