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Table of Contents

Call for Submission

Afrosurrealism in Film/Video
Guest Editor: Terri Simone Francis

Haile Gerima's Black Radical Tradition on Screen: African Cinema of Liberation at Home and Abroad
- Guest Editor: Greg Thomas

Nollywood in the Context of Globalization
-Guest Editor: Carmela Garritano


Toward a Transnational African Cinema: Image and Authenticity in La Vie sur terre
-Sarah Hamblin

The Rosa Parks Story: The Making of a Civil Rights Icon
- Delphine Letort


Gathering the Scattered Pieces: A Conversation with Akin Omotoso
- Jane Bryce

Filmmaking is My Life, Politics My Mistress: donnie l. betts
- Michael T. Martin

Close-Up: Nothing But a Man

-Michael T. Martin and David Wall

Nothing But a Man: Filmmaker's Perspective
- Robert Young

Nothing But a Man: Cinematic Principles and Practice at Work
- Michael T. Martin and David Wall

Can't Stay, Can't Go: What Is History to a Cinematic Imagination?
- Terri Francis

Historicity and Possibility in Nothing But a Man: A Conversation with Khalil Muhammad
- Michael T. Martin and David Wall

Civil Rights, Labor, and Sexual Politics on Screen in Nothing But a Man (1964)
- Judith E. Smith

Close-Up Gallery: Nothing But a Man

Africultures Dossier

The Ambivalence of French Funding
- Olivier Barlet

Book Reviews

Stefanie K. Dunning, Queer in Black and White: Interraciality, Same Sex Desire, and Contemporary African American Culture
Review by: Benjamin Grimwood