restricted access   Volume 3, Number 2, Spring 2012 (New Series)

Table of Contents

Editor's Notes

p. 1

Call for Special Issue Submissions

Call for Papers

pp. 2-3

Call for Papers

pp. 4-5

Call for Papers

pp. 6-7

Articles

Toward a Transnational African Cinema: Image and Authenticity in La Vie sur terre

pp. 8-30

The Rosa Parks Story: The Making of a Civil Rights Icon

pp. 31-50

Interviews

Gathering the Scattered Pieces: A Conversation with Akin Omotoso

pp. 51-57

Filmmaking is My Life, Politics My Mistress—donnie l. betts

pp. 58-84

Close-Up: Nothing but a Man

Nothing But a Man: An Introduction

pp. 85-90

Nothing But a Man: Filmmaker's Perspective

pp. 91-100

Nothing But a Man: Cinematic Principles and Practice at Work

pp. 101-127

Can't Stay, Can't Go: What Is History to a Cinematic Imagination?

pp. 128-139

Historicity and Possibility in Nothing But a Man: A Conversation with Khalil Muhammad

pp. 140-163

Close-Up: Civil Rights, Labor, and Sexual Politics on Screen in Nothing But a Man (1964)

pp. 164-193

Close-Up Gallery: Nothing But a Man

pp. 194-204

Africultures Dossier

The Ambivalence of French Funding

pp. 205-216

Book Review

Queer in Black and White: Interraciality, Same Sex Desire, and Contemporary African American Culture (review)

pp. 217-219

Archival News

The Black Film Center/Archive: Thirty Years of Archival and Educational Progress

pp. 220-236

Professional Notes and Research Resources

Professional Notes and Research Resources

pp. 237-242

Contributors

Notes on Contributors

pp. 243-246