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REVUE | Novembre 2015
Black Camera – Close-Up : Fugitivity and the Filmic Imagination
Edition : Indiana University Press
Pays d’édition : États-Unis
Parution : 01 Novembre 2015

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Table of Contents

Call for Close-Up Submissions
– Hip-hop Cinema
– Selma: The Historical Record and the American Imaginary

Articles
– Phyllis Klotman (1924-2015): A Memorial Tribute
– The Local Film Sensation in Ethiopia: Aesthetic Comparisons with African Cinema and Alternative Experiences, Michael W. Thomas.
Black and Cuba: Liberation, African American Studies, and the Tools of Third Cinema, Robin Hayes.

Interview
– « I Just Wanted My Figures to Move »: The Filmmaking Practice of Mike Henderson, Michael T. Martin

Gallery
– « Making Art, Making Life: The Paintings of Mike Henderson »: The Filmmaking Practice of Mike Henderson, Michael T. Martin

Close-Up: Fugitivity and the Filmic Imagination
– Introduction, James Edward Ford III
– « The Brown Bag of Miscellany »: Zora Neale Hurston and the Practice of Overexposure, Autumn Womack
– Social Death and Narrative Aporia in 12 Years a Slave, Frank B. Wilderson III
– Tip Toes and River Rolls: Overhearing Enslavement, Shana L. Redmond
– Reinventing Capacity: Black Femininity’s Lyrical Surplus and the Cinematic Limits of 12 Years a Slave, Rizvana Bradley
– Bastard Allegories: Black British Independent Cinema, David Marriott
– Blackness and Legend, James Edward Ford III
– On the Chronopolitics of Black Social Life; or, How Mister Winfield « Sends Go », M. Shadee Malaklou

Africultures Dossier
– FESPACO 2015: After the Transition, What Next?, Olivier Barlet

African Women in Cinema Dossier
– Teaching African Women in Cinema, Part One, Beti Ellerson

African Women in Cinema Dossier
– Teaching African Women in Cinema, Part One, Beti Ellerson

Documents
– Statement by African Women Professionals of Cinema, Television and Video, presented at FEPACI (Fédération panafricaine des cinéastes), Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, 1991

Book Reviews
– Barbara Tepa Lupack, Richard E. Norman and Race Filmmaking, Paul Hansom
– Zélie Asava, The Black Irish Onscreen: Representing Black and Mixed-Race Identities on Irish Film and Television, Isabelle Le Corff
– Gerald Sim, The Subject of Film and Race: Retheorizing Politics, Ideology, and Cinema, Geoffrey Luurs

Archival Spotlight
– The Baraka Film Archive: The Lost, Unmade, and Unseen Film Work of LeRoi Jones / Amiri Baraka, Whitney Strub