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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


Cinema Negro in Brazil: Disrupting the Visual and Discursive Foundations of Blackness in Branco sai, preto fica
- Leslie L. Marsh

Cultivating a Community of Viewers in Africa: How Sissako Frames Spectatorship and Performance in His Films
- Phyllis Taoua

Òrúnmìlà Epistemic Reproduction: Nigerian Film-Philosophy via Divinity and Orality
- Saheed Adesumbo Bello

John Akomfrah's The Nine Muses: A Reading with Glissant's "Relation" and Quantum Entanglement
- Kenneth W. Harrow

Kahlil Joseph, New Media, and the New Black Cinema: A Case for Situating Kahlil Joseph's Audiovisual Work Within the Theoretical Frameworks of African Film
- Joseph Owen Jackson

Speaking Animals: Fables of Resistance in Get Out, Sorry to Bother You, and Atlanta
- Caroline Hovanec and Sarah Juliet Lauro

Screaming with Laughter: How Jordan Peele's Get Out Rereads Obama by Rewriting the Black Messiah
- Thai-Catherine Matthews

Too Hot for TV: Black Sketch Comedy and the Politics of Crossing-Over
- Artel Great

Race as Special Effect: Michael Jackson, Captain EO, and the Borders of the Cosmos
- Graham L. Eng-Wilmot

Close-Up: BlacKkKlansman: "On the Right Side of History"?

Introduction: BlacKkKlansman, "On the Right Side of History"?
- Delphine Letort

Adapting BlacKkKlansman: "Based upon some fo' real, fo' real sh*t"
- Delphine Letort

Not Just Talk: The Politics of Enunciation in BlacKkKlansman
- Amelia Saunders

Twos and Threes: A Structural Analysis of BlacKkKlansman's Undercover Narrative
- Joshua Sperling

BlacKkKlansman and the "Sheets of the Past": Toward a Theory of Blacklash Cinema
- Jayson Baker

Close-Up: Paulin S. Vieyra, A Postcolonial Figure

- Vincent Bouchard and Amadou Ouédraogo

[Early Years: Postcolonial Vision Before Independence]

Vieyra's Vision of Cinema on the Verge of Independences
- Odile Goerg

René Vautier and Paulin S. Vieyra: Contact of Cinéastes engagés
- Claire Fouchereaux

Rise of a Nation: An Exploration of Vieyra’s Vision for Senegal Through Une nation est née
- Timothy Lomeli

African Realities in Motion: The Role of Dance in Vieyra’s Films in Constructing Intersubjective African Identities
- Dana Vanderburgh

[Education and Nation Building at the Time of Independence]

Motor, Mirror, Reinvention: Paulin Soumanou Vieyra on the African Cinema to Come (1956-1961)
- Nikolaus Perneczky

Senegalese Wrestling as "National Sport" and Other Modern Myths in Lamb
- Silvio Marcus de Souza Correa

Paulin S. Vieyra's Iba N'Diaye: Seminal Modernists in Paint and Film
- Joseph L. Underwood

Paulin Soumanou Vieyra: Imposing his Voice Within an Imposed Value System
- Maria Loftus

Paulin Soumanou Vieyra, the Soviet Union, and Cold War Circuits for African Cinema, 1958-1978
- Elena Razlogova

[Archival News]

Paulin Soumanou Vieyra in the Documents of the Rediscovered Audiovisual Archive of the Senegalese Ministry of Culture
- Marco Lena

Welcoming Paulin Vieyra's Papers to Indiana University's Black Film Center & Archive
- Terri Francis


Book Review: Samantha N. Sheppard, Sporting Blackness: Race, Embodiment, and Critical Muscle Memory on Screen
- Aja Witt

Film Review: La Negrada
- Javier Ramirez