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

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Subject Index
A
Abdallah, Mohammed Ben 100
Aesthetics 7, 27, 161, 206, 214-215, 1263
African Film
audience response 525-526, 531, 602, 610, 668, 694, 705, 720, 741
bibliographies 748, 5951-5952
criticism 748
distribution 301, 381, 404
educational use 366, 602, 605, 620, 705, 709, 738
film festivals 406-411
filmographies 739-740, 748, 752, 891, 5953-5964
literary aspects 285, 317, 628, 636, 1217-1218, 1263, 1278, 1284, 1293, 1301, 1318
oral tradition in 256, 814, 1050, 1058, 1196
political aspects 232, 304, 331, 369, 414, 691, 703, 1107-1116, 1182, 1187-1188, 1191, 1263, 1298-1299, 1307, 1342, 1357
production 227, 246, 257, 260, 311, 523-524, 704, 718, 742
African Images in Film 229, 244-245, 261, 263, 271 281, 284, 292, 294, 310, 653, 726
Afro-American Directors/ Producers 2133-3061
Aiello, Danny2563
Ali, Muhammad 2422-2443
All American News 3118
Amandla, ANC cultural ensemble 121, 125, 128
Apartheid ( South Africa) 693, 697, 1081-1097, 1498-1514, 4744-4745
Associated Producers of Negro Pictures 3117
Astor Pictures 3117-3120
Athletes 3576-3586, 4451-4453, 4495-4500, 4750, 5364-5374
Attah, Harruna 563-564
Authenticite (Zaire) 130
B
Baldwin, James 2507
Banks, Kathi Fearn 2167
Baraka, Amiri 2235
Bassan, Raphael 3115
Biko, Steve 5564-5570
Birth of a Race Company 3121-3123
Black Actors/Actresses 3337-5790
Black Arts Movement 218-220
Black British Culture and Film 181-185, 1382-1394, 1412-1423, 1439-1452, 1458-1492, 1561-1582
Black-Cast Films 1867-1871, 1911-1927, 1970-2004, 2118-2132, 6008, 6015-6019
Black Entertainment Television 3233-3240

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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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