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Black Camera

Spring 2019

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Table of Contents

Call for Close-Up Submissions

Cuban Cinema

Nina Simone, Now

BlacKkKlansman (2018): On the Right Side of History

Call for Book Chapter Submissions

Edited Volume on Contemporary Black Hollywood

Three-Volume Collection on the History of FESPACO (1969-2019)


Black Women Becoming Whole: Bridgett M. Davis on Naked Acts
- Noelle Griffis and Michael T. Martin

The Practice of Curating the June Givanni Pan African Cinema Archive: A Conversation with the Founding Director
- Michael T. Martin


Beyond Category: Black Souls On-Screen
- Franklin Cason Jr.

Recovering the Chicano Social Problem Film: Racial Consciousness, Rita Moreno, and the Historiography of The Ring (1952)
- Frank García

Close-Up: Caribbean Cinema as Cross-Border Dialogue

- Jane Bryce

Cuban Independent Documentary and Nonofficial Journalism
- Antonio Enrique González Rojas

Wind, Water, Women: Liminal Spaces and Border Crossings Between Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic
- Mary Leonard

Caribbeing Continuum: Progression of a Cinema Eyealect in the Motion Picture Feature Haiti Bride
- Yao Ramesar

A Voice of Their Own: Narrative Obscurity and African History in the Cinema of Raoul Peck
- Julianna Blair Watson

A Pan-African Perspective on Apartheid, Torture, and Resistance in Euzhan Palcy's A Dry White Season
- Jacqueline Maingard

"The Race to Modernization:" Film Culture in the British West Indies Around the Mid-Twentieth Century
- Rachel Moseley-Wood

"Our Voices, Our Stories, Our Films": Programming the Triniad and Tobago Film Festival
- Jonathan Ali

A Conversation with Storm Saulter
- Connor Ryan

Beyond a Boundary: The Gangsta as Modern Black Subject in Contemporary Jamaican Art Practices
- Jane Bryce

Close-Up: JAY-Z

Introduction: The Evolution JAY-Z
- Stephanie Li

For the Culture, for the Future: Keeping Black Time in JAY-Z's 4:44
- Lauren McLeod Cramer

JAY-Z's Borrowed Time
- Samuel Dwinell

"There's a disconnect": The Entrepreneurial Ethics of JAY-Z
- Adam Coombs

A Genealogical Interpretation of Plato's Allegory, Through the Lens of
JAY-Z, the Re-envisioned Philosopher King
- ShaDawn Battle

The Outside Meets the Institution: The Carters' "Apeshit" Video
- Jenny Gunn

A Conversation with Kevin Young
- Tiffany E. Barber

Africultures Dossier

FESPACO 2019: Moving Toward Resurrection
- Olivier Barlet

African Women in Cinema Dossier

African Women on the Film Festival Landscape: Organizing, Showcasing, Promoting, Networking
- Beti Ellerson

Film Review

Us (2019)
- David C. Wall