restricted access   Volume 1, Number 1, Winter 2009 (The New Series)

Table of Contents

Editor’s Notes

pp. 1-4


Cinemas of the Maghreb

pp. 5-29

Film and Trauma: Africa Speaks to Itself through Truth and Reconciliation Films

pp. 30-50

Trash and a New Approach to Cinema Engagé

pp. 51-69

Caribbean Basin

Caribbean Cinematic Créolité

pp. 70-90

The Emergence of Caribbean Feature Films

pp. 91-108

Moussa Sene Absa on finding Waru in Barbados

pp. 109-115

At Home (United States)

The Urban-Rural Binary in Black American Film and Culture

pp. 116-135

Poster Gallery: Coming Attractions

pp. 137-142

Charles Burnett—Consummate Cinéaste: “We, who grew up in the Civil Rights Movement, felt responsible to make our race proud.”

pp. 143-170

Out of the Archive: Challenges and Opportunities for New Scholarly Access from Old Media Collections

pp. 171-185

Book Reviews

Butterfly McQueen Remembered (review)

pp. 186-188

With a Crooked Stick: The Films of Oscar Micheaux (review)

pp. 189-191

African Americans and the Oscars: Decades of Struggle and Achievement (review)

pp. 191-193

Film Reviews

Renaissance Village (review)

pp. 194-196

Archival News

Archival News

pp. 197-201

Professsional Notes and Research Resources

Professional Notes and Research Resources

pp. 202-212


Notes on Contributors

pp. 213-215