The Algiers Charter on African Cinema (Algeria, 1975)
Abstract

Developing on the propositions put forth in the “Resolutions of Third World Filmmakers Meeting” in Algiers in 1973, The “Algiers Charter” argues for the necessity of a militant, pan-African cinema to countervail the dominant cinemas of Europe and the United States and the cultural and artistic domination that continues to ensue from this colonization.