Within this magazine, we’re given an insight into the production of the movie Boulevard Nights. Covering much of what went into the creation of the film to issues with the production. The article also details the film’s risk of stereotyping lowrider culture … we all know how we are still dealing with these issues 40+ years later.
American Film is a movie magazine originally published by the American Film Institute (AFI) as a print publication between 1975 and 1992. The magazine emphasized analysis and deconstructionist criticism in a format similar to Film Comment magazine.
Dedicated to preserving lowrider culture through historical and artistic media.
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