In this Issue
Black Camera is devoted to the study and documentation of the black cinematic experience and is the only scholarly film journal of its kind in the United States. It regularly features essays and interviews that engage film in social as well as political distribution, and production of film in local, regional, national, and transnational settings and environments.
published byIndiana University Press
viewing issueVolume 9, Number 1, Fall 2017
Table of Contents
- Timbuktu: What Call to Action?
- pp. 7-21
- Beyoncé's Digital Stardom
- pp. 114-130
- Ass You Lick It: Bey and Jay Eat Cake
- pp. 179-188
- A Critical View of Beyonce's "Formation"
- pp. 189-196
- A Conversation with Salamishah Tillet
- pp. 205-216
- Rapport Général Colloque FESPACO (French)
- pp. 234-300
- Félicité: Paths of Possibility
- pp. 302-303
- Félicité: A Lesson in Cinema
- pp. 304-306
- FESPACO: A Discredited Festival
- pp. 308-322
- Film Review: Killer of Sheep
- pp. 323-328
- Archival News
- pp. 350-355
- Editor's Notes
- pp. 1-2
- Introduction: Who is Beyoncé?
- pp. 106-113
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