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

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AKOMFRAH, JOHN (1957- ) (Ghana/Great Britain)
1405. Rosen, Miriam. "Interview: Gardner and Akomfrah." Black Film Review, Vol. 5, No. 4 ( Fall 1989?): 4-5, 30. Discussion with Black Audio Film Collective member John Akomfrah and African American independent Robert Gardner on the challenges facing Black independents in the UK and USA.
ANTONIN, ARNOLD (Haiti)
1406. "Arnold Antonin habla de su Pelicula." Cine Cubano, No. 91-92 ( March 1978): 32-34.
1407. Argilagos, V. "Haiti: el camino de la libertad." Cine Cubano, No. 97 ( 1980): 86-91. Interview with Antonin on his own work and on Haitian filmmaking in general.
1408. Daney, Serge T. Giraud, R. Sapene. "Entretien avec Arnold Antonin." Cahiers du Cinema, No. 262-263 ( January 1976): 109-113. (Interview]
Haiti, le Chemin de la Liberte
1409. "America Latina: Vigencia del Documental Politico. Haiti: Mito y Razon." Cine al Dia, No. 22 ( November 1977): 12-17. Interview with Antonin on "Ayiti, min chimin libete," the first film made in Haiti by a Haitian. A summarized translation of this interview appears as "Haiti: Myth and Reason: Interview with Arnold Antonin" in Cinema-TV Digest, No. 40 ( Summer 1980).
1410. Hennebelle, Guy. "Haiti, le Chemin de la Liberte." Ecran, No. 49 ( Juillet 1976): 75. [Review)
1411. Maupin, Francoise. "Haiti, le Chemin de la Liberte." Image et Son, No. 300 ( November 1975): 62-65.

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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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