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  Volume 3, Number 1, Winter 2011 (The New Series)

Table of Contents

Editor’s Notes

pp. 1-2

Call for Special Issue Submissions

Precious and the Novel Push

pp. 3-4

Afrosurrealism in Film/Video

pp. 5-6

Haile Gerima’s Black Radical Tradition On Screen: African Cinema of Liberation at Home and Abroad

pp. 7-8


“Woman Thou Art Bound”: Critical Spectatorship, Black Masculine Gazes, and Gender Problems in Tyler Perry’s Movies

pp. 9-30

Flora Gomes, Filmmaker in Search of a Nation

pp. 31-53

The Last King of Scotland and the Politics of Adaptation

pp. 54-74

“Draggin’ the Chain”: Linking Civil Rights and African American Representation in The Defiant Ones and In the Heat of the Night

pp. 75-95


“Buses Are a Comin’. Oh Yeah!”: Stanley Nelson on Freedom Riders

pp. 96-122

Africultures Dossier

FESPACO 2011: A Festival Under Threat

pp. 123-133

“This Is the Last FESPACO I’ll Be Coming To”: An Interview with Mahamat-Saleh Haroun

pp. 134-140

“The Way to Help Us Is to Give Us Our Funding on Time!”: An Interview with Michel Ouedraogo, Delegate General of FESPACO

pp. 141-145


FeCAViP Manifesto (1990): Federation of Caribbean Audiovisual Professionals

p. 146

Poster Gallery: Coming Attractions

pp. 147-162

Book Reviews

Blaxploitation Films of the 1970s: Blackness and Genre (review)

pp. 163-165

The Witch’s Flight: The Cinematic, the Black Femme, and the Image of Common Sense (review)

pp. 165-168

Dance and the Hollywood Latina: Race, Sex and Stardom (review)

pp. 168-171

Archival News

Preserving Rare Interviews with African American Filmmakers

pp. 172-180

Professional Notes and Research Resources

Professional Notes and Research Resources

pp. 181-186


Notes on Contributors

pp. 187-190