Blacks in Film and Television: A Pan-African Bibliography of Films, Filmmakers, and Performers

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Artist Index
A
Aalda, Mariann 3401-3402
Adams, Robert 3403-3404
Ajaye, Franklin 3405-3406
Akomfrah, John 399, 1405, 6029
Alassane, Moustapha 752-753
Alexander, William D. 2199-2201
Alice, Mary 3407-3410
Allen, Byron 3411-3416
Allen, Debbie 2182, 2202-2203, 3417-3428
Allen, Jonelle 3429-3431
Amos, John 2204, 3373, 3387, 3432-3440
Ampaw, King 754-756
Anderson, Eddie (Rochester) 3441-3450
Anderson, Madeline 2205-2206, 6070
Andrews, Tina 3451-3455
Ansah, Kwaw 757-765
Antonin, Arnold 1406-1411
Archey, Marlon 3456
Areke, Olaniyi 766
Attaway, Ruth 3457-3459
Attille, Martina 1412-1413, 6052
Auguiste, Reece 6029
Avery, Margaret 3460-3464
B
Bailey, Pearl 3465-3473
Baird, Harry 3474
Bakaba, Sidiki 767-781
Baker, Josephine 3475-3485
Ballenger, Melvonna 2207
Balogun, Ola 782-805
Bankole, Isaach de 3486
Barnette, M. Neema 2182, 2208
Baskett, James 3487-3488
Bass, Kim 3489
Bassori, Timite 806-809
Bathily, Moussa 810-811
Beard, Mathew 3367, 3490-3499
Beavers, Louise 3500-3503
Belafonte, Harry 2209-2218, 3351, 3504-3515
Bell, Jeanne 3516
Benjamin, Paul 3517
Bernard, Ed 3518
Berrings, Hank 3519
Berry, Fred 3520
Best, Willie 3521-3523
Beye, Ben Diogaye 812
Beyer, Troy 3524-3527
Billops, Camille 2219
Black Audio Film Collective 1414-1422

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  • Recent Titles in Bibliographies and Indexes in Afro-American and African Studies ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Introduction ix
  • I - Cultural History and the Arts 1
  • II - African Film 18A
  • 1 - General Works 19
  • 2 - Country and Regional Studies 39
  • 3 - Individual Filmmakers 59
  • III - Black Film in the Diaspora: Europe, the Caribbean and Latin America 100a
  • 1 - Country and Regional Studies 101
  • 2 - Individual Filmmakers 105
  • IV - Black Film in the Diaspora: United States 118A
  • 1 - General Works 119
  • 2 - The Black Filmmaker 155
  • V - Blacks in American Television and Video 231
  • VI - The Black Performer 243
  • Appendix I Reference Works 403
  • Appendix II Film Resources 419
  • Artist Index 427
  • Title Index 439
  • Subject Index 449
  • Author Index 455
  • About the Compiler 497
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