The KKK Boutique Ain’t Just Rednecks

Camille Billops, James Hatch, USA 1994, 78’
Finding Christa Take Your Bags

Billops, a black artist and Hatch, a white lecturer, invite you to a show about racism. They planned nine satirical stations leading through the successive circles of hell. The KKK stands for the Ku Klux Klan, but racists exist in all walks of life, and racism strikes at African-Americans, Asians, Jews, Latinos, and... whites.

Monika Talarczyk

Camille Billops, James Hatch

A New York filmmaking duo; she – a ceramic artist, sculptor, painter, and he – a historian of African American theatre, documentary filmmaker and creator of an extensive archive of African American art. Their films focus on the personal and social problems of black women and men from the Camille Billops family circle and the artistic community that coalesced in the couple's New York apartment. Their Finding Christa received the Grand Jury Prize at the 1992 Sundance Festival.


1982 Suzanne, Suzanne (short)

1987 Starsze kobiety i miłość / Old Women and Love (short)

1991 Odnaleźć Christę / Finding Christa

1994 Butik KKK to nie żadne wsioki / The KKK Boutique Ain't Just Rednecks

1998 Wezmę pani torby / Take Your Bags (short)

2002 Sznur pereł / String of Pearls

Cast & Crew

director Camille Billops, James Hatch
screenplay Camille Billops, James Hatch
cinematography Dion Hatch
editing Camille Billops, James Hatch
cast Camille Billops, James Hatch
producer Camille Billops, James Hatch
sales Third World Newsreel
language English
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