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Black Camera: Fespaco / formation, evolution, challenges
Olivier Barlet, Manthia Diawara, Wole Soyinka, Ousmane Sembène, Férid Boughédir, Beti Ellerson Poulenc, Teresa Hoefert Turégano (de), Sheila J. Petty, June Givanni, Lindiwe Dovey, Colin Dupré, Imruh Bakari
Revue : Black Camera
Edition : Indiana University Press
Pays d’édition : États-Unis

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Vol.12 Issue 1 Fall 2020

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Vol.12 Issue 1 Fall 2020
Black Camera
Vol. 12, No. 1, Fall 2020
Table of Contents

Preface (pp. 3-4)
Ardiouma Soma
Introduction (pp. 5-9)
Gaston J.M. Kaboré and Michael T. Martin
– I. SITES AND CONTEXTS OF EXHIBITION
African Film Festivals in Africa: Curating « African Audiences » for « African Films » (pp. 13-47)
Lindiwe Dovey
On Tracking World Cinema: African Cinema at Film Festivals (pp. 48-58)
Manthia Diawara
African Women on the Film Festival Landscape (pp. 60-89)
Beti Ellerson
African Cinema in the Tempest of Minor Festivals (pp. 90-94)
Sambolgo Bangré
Postcolonial Film Collaboration and Festival Politics (pp. 95-104)
Dorothee Wenner
– II. FESPACO: AN EVER-EVOLVING CINEMATIC AND CULTURAL FORMATION
African Cinema and Festivals: FESPACO (pp. 107-116)
Manthia Diawara
FESPACO-Promoting African Film Development and Scholarship (pp. 117-128)
M. Africanus Aveh
FESPACO and Cultural Valorization (pp. 129-132)
Mahir Şaul
African Cinema: Between the « Old » and the « New » (pp. 133-139)
Mbye Cham
Statement at Ouagadougou (1979) (pp. 141-156)
Ousmane Sembène
A Name Is More Than the Tyranny of Taste (pp. 157-170)
Wole Soyinka
Cine-Agora Africana: Meditating on The Fiftieth Anniversary of FESPACO (pp. 171-183)
Aboubakar Sanogo
Cultural Politics of Production and Francophone West African Cinema: FESPACO 1999 (pp. 184-199)
Teresa Hoefert de Turégano
A Mirage in the Desert? African Women Directors at FESPACO (pp. 200-207)
Claire Andrade-Watkins
The Long Take: Gaston Kaboré on the Formation, Evolution & Challenges to FEPACI & FESPACO (pp. 209-236)
Michael T. Martin and Gaston Kaboré
Pressing Revelations: Notes on Time at FESPACO or The Memory of the Future (pp. 237-244)
Rod Stoneman
Fifty Years of Women’s Engagement at FESPACO (pp. 246-254)
Beti Ellerson
Thiaroye or Yeelen? The Two Ways of African Cinemas (pp. 256-259)
Férid Boughedir
Long Live Cinema! Long Live FESPACO. A luta continua (pp. 260-264)
Claire Diao
Rethinking FESPACO as an Echo (pp. 265-267)
Michel Amarger
Going to the Cinema in Burkina Faso (pp. 269-275)
Mustapha Ouedraogo
FESPACO and Its Many Afterlives (pp. 276-281)
Sheila Petty
FESPACO Film Festival (pp. 282-286)
Colin Dupré and Melissa Thackway
– III. CONDITIONALITIES AND CHALLENGES
Towards Reframing FESPACO (pp. 289-300)
Imruh Bakari
FESPACO Past and Future: Voices from the Archive (pp. 301-314)
June Givanni
The Opening of South Africa and the Future of African Film (pp. 315-319)
Mahir Şaul
FESPACO 2019: Moving Toward Resurrection (pp. 320-336)
Olivier Barlet and Chloe Farrell
Fifty Years of Memories for Shaping the Future! (pp. 337-339)
Rémi Abéga
– IV. COMMENTARY
Commentary (pp. 343-452)
V. DOCUMENTS
Resolution on the Pan-African Film Festival of Ougadougou (FESPACO) (p. 455)
Regulations of the Carthage Film Festival (pp. 456-462)
Regulations of the Pan-African Film Festival of Ouagadougou (FESPACO) (pp. 463-466)
Regulations for the Official Juries of the 26th Edition of FESPACO (pp. 467-468)
FESPACO Award Winners (1972-2019) (pp. 470-472)
FESPACO 50th Anniversary Symposium (pp. 473-478)
Manifesto of Ouagadougou (pp. 479-483)
Organizing Themes of the FESPACO Festival: 1973-2019 (pp. 500-501)
Major Events of FESPACO: 1969-2019 (pp. 502-504)
The African Film Library of Ouagadougou (pp. 506-509)
– DOSSIER 1: PAUL ROBESON AWARD INITIATIVE (PRAI)
Dossier 1: Paul Robeson Award Initiative (pp. 510-536)
– DOSSIER 2: THE HIGHER INSTITUTE OF IMAGE AND SOUND / STUDIO SCHOOL (ISIS-SE)
Dossier 2: Higher Institute of Image and Sound / Studio School (pp. 539-566)
– DOSSIER 3: IMAGINE FILM TRAINING INSTITUTE
Dossier 3: IMAGINE Institute (pp. 569-609)
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