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Black Camera

Fall 2017

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Table of Contents

Call for Close-Up Submissions

New York Filmmakers


Caribbean Cinema


"By Any Means Necessary" A Neoliberal Sound Byte? The Memory of Malcolm X in the 1990s CBS Documentary Malcolm X: The Real Story
-Mary C. Schmitt

The Sounds of War in Ashes and Embers:Race, Trauma, and Dislocation
-Ayshia Elizabeth Stephenson

Carlton Moss and African American Cultural Emancipation
-Nathan Seeley

Close-Up: Black Images Matter

Introdcution: Black Images Matter: Contextualizing Images of Racialized Police Violence
-Ellen C. Scott

"Keep Runnin' Bro": Carrie Mae Weems and the Visual Act of Refusal
-LaCharles Ward

"What Now?": The Wailing Black Woman, Grief, and Difference"
-Manoucheka Celeste

Bio-Work in the Blacking Factory: Police Videos and the Ethics of Seeing and Being Seen
- Roopali Mukherjee

Critical Surveillance Literacy in Social Media: Interrrogating Black Death and Dying Online
- Safiya Umoja Noble

Black Lives and Justice With the Archive: A Call to Action
- Angela J. Aguayo, Danette Pugh Patton, and Molly Bandonis

Close-Up: South African Cinema

Introduction: New Perspectives on Cinema in Postapartheid South Africa
- Haseenah Ebrahim and Jordache A. Ellapen

Mixing It Up: New Audiovisual Cultures in South Africa
- Lindiwe Dovey

Traversing the Cinemascape of Contemporary South Africa: A Peripatetic Journey
-Haseenah Ebrahim

Transnational Production, International Policy, and South African Cinema
-Christopher Meir

Geographies of the Black African Masculine in Tsotsi and The Wooden Camera
-Jordache A. Ellapen

The Tailored Suit: Re-Membering and Gendering Can Themba's "The Suit"
-Kitso Lynn Lelliott

Fraught Starts, Fragmented Twists, and Forged Endings: (Re)Imagining and (Re)Imaging Black Womanhood in Zulu Love Letter and Yesterday
-A. Yolisa Kenqu

Hearing the Difference: Sexuality, Xenophobia, and South African Melodrama
-Madhumita Lahiri

Westbury, Plek van Hoop and Waiting for Valdez: Self-Representation, Memory, and Coloured Identity in Westbury, Johannesburg
-Phyllis Dannhauser

Close-Up: Senegalese Cinema

Introduction: Forging a New Path: Plurality, Social Change, and Innovation in Contemporary Senegalese Cinema
-Molly Krueger Enz and Devin Bryson

A Critical and Deeply Personal Reflection: Malick Aw on Cinema in Senegal Today
-Amadou T. Fofana

Displacement and the Quest for Identity in Alain Gomis's Cinema
-Estrella Sendra

See the Sky: Subjectivity and Social Meaning in Adams Sie's Filmmaking
-Devin Bryson

Unsilencing History: Reclaiming African Cultural Heritage in Kemtiyu—Séex Anta
-Sheila Petty

Joseph Gaï Ramaka and Nicolas Sawalo Cissé Promote Change Through Cinema: Representations of Floodking and Trash in the Margins of Dakar
-Molly Krueger Enz

Africultures Dossier

Ouvrir la voix / Speak Up by Amandine Gay, or the Necessity of Afro-Feminism
- Olivier Barlet

Ile Courts 2017: From Multiculturalism to Interculturality
-Olivier Barlet

African Women in Cinema Dossier

Onscreen Narratives, Offscreen Lives: African Women Inscribing the Self
-Beti Ellerson

Remembering Djibril Diop Mambéty on the 20th Anniversary of His Death
-Beti Ellerson