Frame by Frame III: A Filmography of the African Diasporan Image, 1994-2004

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Audrey T. McCluskey
Indiana University Press, 2007 - Performing Arts - 1082 pages
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An invaluable reference and resource for scholars and film devotees alike, Frame by Frame III documents the contributions of Africans and African Americans in all aspects of the cinematic arts. Spanning a decade, from 1994 to 2004, the volume includes narrative descriptions and plot summaries, listings of black cast members, directors, executive producers, film composers, performers, producers, screenwriters, and Academy Award winners and nominees. The introduction, "The Shifting Landscape of Black Cinema," provides a scholarly assessment of the changing landscape in black world cinema, its growth, impact, and challenges.

 

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A continuation of volumes 1 (1979) and 2 (1997), this substantial reference to African diaspora filmography opens with movies produced in 1994, the year the previous volume closed. Organized ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword by Edward Mapp
vii
Acknowledgments
ix
The Shifting Landscape in Black Film Culture
xi
How to Use This Volume
xv
Editors Note
xix
Alphabetical Listing of Films
1
Index of Black Cast
817
Index of Black Female Directors
895
Index of Black Composers
979
Index of International Films
985
Index of International nonUS Black Directors
1001
Index of Genres
1007
Index of Black Academy Award Winners and Nominees 19952005
1063
Index of Film Festivals
1065
Index of Film Companies
1067
Selected Archives Libraries and Museums
1077

Index of Black Male Directors
907
Index of Black Producers
929
Index of Black Screenwriters
955
Index of Black Cinematographers
975
Black Film Online Resources
1079
Films Released in 2005
1081
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About the author (2007)

Audrey Thomas McCluskey is Associate Professor of Afro-American Studies and Director of the Black Film Center/Archive at Indiana University. She is editor of Imaging Blackness: Race and Racial Representation in Film Poster Art (IUP, 2006) and co-editor (with Elaine M. Smith) of Mary McLeod Bethune: Building a Better World (IUP, 2001).

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