Journal of African Cinemas 13.2&3 is out now!

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Intellect is pleased to announce Journal of African Cinemas 13.2&3 is out now!

 

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Aims & Scope

The Journal of African Cinemas explores the interactions of visual and verbal narratives in African film. It recognizes the shifting paradigms that have defined and continue to define African cinemas. Identity and perception are interrogated in relation to their positions within diverse African film languages. The editors are seeking papers that expound on the identity or identities of Africa and its peoples represented in film.

The aim is to create a forum for debate that will promote inter-disciplinarity between cinema and other visual and rhetorical forms of representation.

 

Issue 13.2&3

Articles

 

The grammar of violence of subalternized women: Three examples of contemporary African films

CAROLIN OVERHOFF FERREIRA AND JOSÉ LINGNA NAFAFE

 

Voicing ordinary people and everyday narratives through participatory cinema

A. TERAH AMBALA

 

Looted treasures? Black Panther and King Solomon’s Mines

IAN GLENN

 

Reconstructing cinematic activities in the early twentieth century: Gold Coast (Ghana)

AUGUSTINE DANSO

 

Musical, textual and visual interplays in Moussa Sène Absa’s Tableau Ferraille and Madame Brouette

THÉRÈSE DE RAEDT

 

Censorship, public opinion and the representation of Coptic minority in contemporary Egyptian cinema: The case of Amr Salama’s Lamo’aķhza (Excuse My French) (2014)

NEVINE ABRAHAM

 

Commentary

 

Transnational cinema in Southern Africa 1977–2000: Omissions and errors – Pan-Africanism vs. nationalism

SIMON BRIGHT

 

Book Review

 

Spectacle and Diversity: Transnational Media and Global Culture, Lee Artz (2022)

ADDAMMS MUTUTA

 

Obituary

 

In memory: Prof. Ntongela Masilela

BRIDGET THOMPSON