Through African Eyes: Dialogues with the Directors
Mahen Bonetti, Prerana Reddy
African Film Festival, 2003 - Motion picture producers and directors - 122 pages
Survey African cinema through candid, revealing conversations with twenty of its most original and celebrated filmmakers. From the pioneers in the industry to the emerging generation, they are all bonded by their need to tell stories, to shed light on African realities, and to shape the future images of the continent. Having been in the unique position of charting the development of African cinema for the past decade, the African Film Festival is pleased to present this important anthology.
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