You are not imagining things: There is indeed a screening of a 1942 Bette Davis-Olivia de Havilland film in the Berkeley Art Museum Pacific Film Archive series “Reflection and Resistance: James Baldwin and Cinema.” Beginning 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 14, with Raoul Peck’s Oscar-nominated documentary on Baldwin, “I am Not Your Negro,” the series includes two selections inspired by “The Devil Finds Work,” Baldwin’s book on cinema: “In This Our Life” and “The Defiant Ones.” “In This Our Life” (Sept. 21) has Davis at fault in a hit-and-run death but blaming her black chauffeur. Baldwin writes, “Davis appeared to have read, and grasped, the script. ...
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