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Black Camera

Spring 2022

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Table of Contents

Call for Close-Up Submissions

- Still Got the News: Fifty Years Out on Finally Got the News

- The Harder They Come: The Legacy Continues

- A Wide Shot: Expanding the Frame on Melvin Van Peebles


Looking Back, Reeling Forward: Wanuri Kahiu's Rafiki
- Njeri Githire

Ava DuVernay, an Unexpected Independent Black Queen in Hollywood?
- Carla Toquet

Hieroglyphics of the Film: Stuplimity and Static in the Films of Ja'Tovia Gary
- Kelli Moore

"Baby I'm a Star": Prince, Purple Rain, and the Audiovisual Remaking of the Black Rock Star
- Jack Hamilton

Containing the Wonder Doctor: Sidney Poiter, the Cold War, and Liberal Reformation
- Luke Sayers

Superimposing Sex-Politics in Melvin Van Peeble's Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song
- Trung T. Le


Music to My Eyes: A Conversation with Alain Gomis
- Guillaume Coly

Screening Intimacy, Vulnerability, and Sensitivity Between Black Men: An Interview with Rodney Evans
- Charles I. Nero

Close-Up: Contemporary Cuban Cinema

- Aisha Cort

Memories of Overdevelopment: Subverting the Cuban Revolutionary Filmic Archive
- Enrique Gonz�lez-Conty

Invisible Presences: The Aesthetics of Dami�n Sainz in Bater�a
- Anastasia Valecce

Presencias invisibles: La est�tica de Dami�n Sainz en Bater�a
- Anastasia Valecce

Afro-Cuban Histories through a Fractured Lens: Gloria Rolando's Aesthetic Approach to the Decolonial Imaginary in Ra�ces de mi coraz�n and 1912, Voces para un silencio
- Patrick Crowley

The Life and Work of Afro-Cuban Filmmaker Gloria Rolando: Conversations with Magia L�pez and Catherine Murphy
- Magia L�pez and Catherine Murphy

Close-Up: Moonlight

Introduction: Transforming Space in the New Black Hollywood: Movement and Memory in Barry Jenkins's Moonlight
- David C. Wall

"Can't Be No Worse Out Here": Radical Queer Black Ecologies in Barry Jenkins's Moonlight
- Hannah Skjellum

Barry Jenkins and Moonlight in Miami: Home Girls Respond
- Audrey Thomas McCluskey


Les salles de cin�ma en Afrique sud saharienne francophone (1926�1980) / Movie Theaters in French-Speaking Africa South of the Sahara (1926�1980), by Claude Forest: A Welcomed and Essential Historical Work
- Olivier Barlet

FESPACO 2021: Feature Films, a Return to the Future>
- Olivier Barlet


La Noire de�, La Passante and Many Others: Framing Cinematic Representations of Afro-Descendant Women, Identity, and Positionality in France
- Beti Ellerson