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

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Country and Regional Studies
A. WEST AFRICA
523. Cham, Mbye Baboucar. "Film Production in West Africa." In Film and Politics in the Third World, ed. John D. H. Downing . New York: Praeger Publishers, 1988.
524. _____. "Film Production in West Africa: 1979-1981." Presence Africaine, No. 124 ( 1982): 168-189.
525. Watts, Stephen. "On the African Movie Menus." New York Times ( April 26 1953). Discussion of the West African film audience.
Colonial Film Unit
526. Pearson, George. "The Making of Films for Illiterates in Africa." In The Film in Colonial Development; a Rerport of a Conference. London: British Film Institute, 1948, pp. 22- 27. Statement of the aims and goals of the Colonial Film Unit in making films for the indigenous populations of British West and East Africa.
527. Slide, Anthony. "The Colonial Film Unit." In The International Film Industry; A Historical Dictionary. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1989, p. 93.
528. Smyth, Rosaleen. "Movies and Mandarins: the Official Film and British Colonial Africa." In British Cinema History, eds. James Curran and Vincent Porter. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1983, pp. 129-143. On colonial filmmaking in British West and East Africa.
529. Spurr, N. F. "Some Aspects of the Work of the Colonial Film Unit in West and East Africa." In Visual Aids in Fundamental Education. Paris: UNESCO, 1952.

Articles
530. Pike, Charles Ben. "Tales of Empire: The Colonial Film Unit in Africa, 1939-1950." Afterimage, Vol. 17, No. 1 ( Summer 1989): 8-9.

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Table of contents

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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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