TOC: Contemporary Lusophone African Film, ed., Paulo de Medeiros and Livia Apa

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Contemporary Lusophone African Film: Transnational Communities and Alternative Modernities

Edited by Paulo de Medeiros and Livia Apa

Routledge, 2021


Introduction: Situating Lusophone African Cinema

Paulo de Medeiros and Livia Apa


1. Lusophone African Cinema as World-Cinema

Paulo de Medeiros


2. Lusophone Filmmaking in the realm of transnational African cinemas: from ‘global ethnic’ to ‘global aesthetic’

Ute Fendler


3. Sounds of Liberation: Sarah Maldoror’s Sambizanga (1972) and Miguel Gomes’ Tabu (2012)

Marissa J. Moorman


4. Resistance and Political Awareness Through the Eye-Camera of Sarah Maldoror

Maria do Carmo Piçarra


5. The eleventh island: Cape Verde, the Moving Images and its Diaspora

Livia Apa


6. Postcolonial Testimony and the Ruins of Empire

Robert Stock


7. In the Name of the Rosa: The Ethnographic Reflex in the Cinema of Licínio Azevedo

Hilary Owen


8. From the tabanca to Bissau, from Bissau to the Diaspora: Social Narratives in the Bissau–Guinean Popular Cinema

Paulo Cunha and Catarina Laranjeiro


9. The Representation of Ritual and Cinema as a Ritual in Revolutionary Mozambique: Ruy Guerra’s ‘Mueda, Memória e Massacre’

Raquel Schefer


10. A melancholic outlook on 40 years of lusophone audio-visual production and Guinea, the two faces of the war as case study

Carolin Overhoff Ferreira


11. ‘We need to dress ourselves in the black light’: an authorial analysis of Lusophone African cinema – Flora Gomes’s case

Juscielle Oliveira


12. Pedro Pimenta, in Interview with Livia Apa

Livia Apa


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