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Black Camera

Fall 2015

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Table of Contents

Call for Close-Up Submissions

Hip-hop Cinema

Selma: The Historical Record and the American Imaginary


Phyllis Klotman (1924-2015): A Memorial Tribute

The Local Film Sensation in Ethiopia: Aesthetic Comparisons with African Cinema and Alternative Experiences
- Michael W. Thomas

Black and Cuba: Liberation, African American Studies, and the Tools of Third Cinema
- Robin Hayes


"I Just Wanted My Figures to Move": The Filmmaking Practice of Mike Henderson
- Michael T. Martin


Making Art, Making Life: The Paintings of Mike Henderson
- Mark Hain and Michael T. Martin

Close-Up: Fugitivity and the Filmic Imagination

- James Edward Ford III

"The Brown Bag of Miscellany": Zora Neale Hurston and the Practice of Overexposure
- Autumn Womack

Social Death and Narrative Aporia in 12 Years a Slave
- Frank B. Wilderson III

Tip Toes and River Rolls: Overhearing Enslavement
- Shana L. Redmond

Reinventing Capacity: Black Femininity's Lyrical Surplus and the Cinematic Limits of 12 Years a Slave
- Rizvana Bradley

Bastard Allegories: Black British Independent Cinema
- David Marriott

Blackness and Legend
- James Edward Ford III

On the Chronopolitics of Black Social Life; or, How Mister Winfield "Sends Go"
- M. Shadee Malaklou

Africultures Dossier

FESPACO 2015: After the Transition, What Next?
- Olivier Barlet

African Women in Cinema Dossier

Teaching African Women in Cinema, Part One
- Beti Ellerson


Statement by African Women Professionals of Cinema, Television and Video, presented at FEPACI (Fédération panafricaine des cinéastes), Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, 1991

Book Reviews

Barbara Tepa Lupack, Richard E. Norman and Race Filmmaking
- Paul Hansom

Zélie Asava, The Black Irish Onscreen: Representing Black and Mixed-Race Identities on Irish Film and Television
- Isabelle Le Corff

Gerald Sim, The Subject of Film and Race: Retheorizing Politics, Ideology, and Cinema
- Geoffrey Luurs

Archival Spotlight

The Baraka Film Archive: The Lost, Unmade, and Unseen Film Work of LeRoi Jones / Amiri Baraka
- Whitney Strub