Cinemas of the Black Diaspora Diversity, Dependence, and Oppositionality

ISBN-10: 0814325882

ISBN-13: 9780814325889

Edition: 1995

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Book details

List price: $25.95
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
Publication date: 1/1/1996
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 544
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

Preface
Acknowledgments
Framing the "Black" in Black Diasporic Cinemas
Culture and National Identity
A No-Theory Theory Of Contemporary Black Cinema
Dialogic Modes of Representing Africa(s): Womanist Film
Towards a Critical Theory of Third World Films
The Artist as the Leader of the Revolution: The History of the Federation Panafricaine des Cineastes
A Cinema Fighting for Its Liberation
Sembene, A Griot of Modern Times
[South Africa] Independent Cinema
A Mirage in the Desert?: African Women Directors at FESPACO
Black African Cinema in the Eighties
Toward an African Cinema
Portuguese African Cinema: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, 1969 to 1993
New Developments in Black African Cinema
Shape and Shaping of Caribbean Cinema
On Adapting a West Indian Classic to the Cinema: The Implications of Success
Sergio Giral on Filmmaking in Cuba: An Interview
Samba, Candomble, Quilombo: Black Performance and Brazilian Cinema
Black Filmmaking in Britain's Workshop Section
The Films of Isaac Julien: Look Back and Talk Black
The Cinema of Exile
Producing African Cinema in Paris: An Interview with Andree Daventure
[Black Film as Genre] Definitions
Images of Blacks in Black Independent Films: A Brief Survey
Making Daughters of the Dust
William Greaves, Documentary Filmmaking, and the African-American Experience
Black American Cinema: The New Realism
The Paradox of Black Independent Cinema
Which Way the Black Film Movement?
The Future of Black Film: The Debate Continues
The Future of Black Film: The Debate Continues
Resolutions of the Third World Film-makers Meeting, Algiers, December 5-14, 1973
Seminar on "The Role of the African Film-Maker in Rousing an Awareness of Black Civilization," Ouagadougou, April 8-13, 1974
Niamey Manifesto of African Film Makers, March 1-4, 1982
FeCAViP Manifesto (1990)
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