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Black Camera

Spring 2016

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Table of Contents

Call for Close-Up Submissions

Hip-hop Cinema

Selma: The Historical Record and the American Imaginary

Filming the Fall: Plurality, Social Change, and Innovation in Contemporary Senegalese Cinema

Beyoncé: Media and Cultural Icon


Nelson Pereira dos Santos on Who is Beta? and Such Other Dauntingly Brazilian Maladies
- Michael T. Martin

Close-Up: Django Unchained

- Joi Carr

"To Be Actually Honest": An Interview with Reginald Hudlin, Writer, Producer, Director, and Executive
- Joi Carr

Django Unchained: A Black-Centered Superhero and Unchained Audiences
- Carli Coetzee

Breaking the Chains of Science: The Rhetoric of Empirical Racism in Django Unchained
- David G. Holmes

Is Quentin Tarantino Calvin Candie?: The Essence of Exploitation in Django Unchained
- Andrew Harrington

Film's Political Economy and Django Unchained
- Roslyn Satchel

Close-Up: The Marginalization of African Media Studies

Introduction: Teaching African Media in the Global Academy
- Noah Tsika

African Media Studies and Marginality at the Center
- Moradewun Adejunmobi

On the Matter of Fiction: An Approach to the Marginalization of African Screen Media in the Global Academy
- Lindiwe Dovey

Studying Media "from" the South: African Media Studies and Global Perspectives
- Alessandro Jedlowski

An Evolution in Nollywood, Nigeria's New Wave: A Conversation with Chris Eneaji
- Carmen McCain

African Women in Cinema Dossier

Teaching African Women in Cinema, Part Two
- Beti Ellerson

Africultures Dossier

Cannes 2015: Where is Africa?
- Olivier Barlet

Film Reviews

Meurte à Pacot / Murder in Pacot, directed by Raoul Peck
- Paul Hansom

Book Review

Ellen C. Scott, Cinema Civil Rights: Regulation, Repression, and Race in the Classical Hollywood Era
- Delphine Letort

Archival Spotlight

Archival Spotlight
- Dorothy Berry