Lecture: “Selznick’s March: Hollywood Comes to White Atlanta”

The world premiere of Gone With The Wind in Atlanta was the culmination of months of anxious and complicated negotiations between producer David O. Selznick, distributor MGM, their staffs, and the city of Atlanta. Matthew H. Bernstein, Professor of Film and Media Studies at Emory University, offers an in-depth look at the challenges of staging the 1939 premiere in a segregated southern city in “Selznick’s March: Hollywood Comes to White Atlanta.”