Paulin Soumanou Vieyra (January 31, 1925 – November 4, 1987). Special thanks to Cathy Chamorey who took this brilliant photograph of Vieyra in Paris in the editing room where Paulin was working on his feature : En résidence surveillée in 1980. Used courtesy Stéphane Vieyra. Call for papers, Black Camera close-up Paulin S. Vieyra, a Post-Colonial figure IU's Black Film Center/Archive … Continue reading Call for papers, Black Camera close-up: Paulin S. Vieyra, a Post-Colonial figure
Here's a peek at the contents of the spring 2019 Black Camera edited by Dr. Michael Martin and published by Indiana University Press. Full access available via Jstor. Black Camera was recently ranked 4th most-cited film studies journal. Call for Close-Up Submissions Nina Simone: This special issue of Black Camera takes up the figure of Nina … Continue reading Black Camera’s Spring 2019 Issue: Close-Up on The New York Scene and Close-Up on Selma
The latest issue of Black Camera: An International Film Journal is now available in print and online from the Indiana University Press. The current issue features two Close-Up sections: The first, #BlackLivesMatter and Media, is edited by Charles "Chip" P. Linscott and features essays by Linscott, Michele Prettyman Beverly, and Alessandra Raengo; the second, Hip-Hop … Continue reading BLACK CAMERA Vol. 8, No. 2 Now Available
Volume 3, Number 2 of Black Camera has just been released by IU Press, and features a new section called Close-Up, which critically examines a particular subject in film employing a variety of modes of inquiry. In this issue, the focus is on Nothing But a Man (1964) by Robert Young. The JSTOR page for … Continue reading New Issue of Black Camera Released
In partnership with IU Press, Black Camera Volume 3, Issue 1 has arrived! Featuring the provocative art work of Adele Stephenson on the front and back cover as well as the poster gallery, the latest edition to the journal includes an interview with Stanley Nelson on the occasion of the screening of Freedom Riders at … Continue reading Black Camera 3.1 Published!
With the great assistance and guidance of Gyeongja Jun (GJ) Lee, the BFC/A has launched an updated version of its website along with its sister website for Black Camera, BFC/A's academic journal. Please visit our sites by clicking on their image below:
The Spring 2011 edition of Black Camera has arrived and is an especially important version which the Black Film Center/Archive hopes can reach film scholars as well as professors seeking to incorporate these readings into their curriculum. This issue featured Guest Editor Dr. LaMonda Horton Stallings, Associate Professor of Gender Studies and African American and … Continue reading Black Camera Spring 2011: Beyond Normative: Sexuality and Eroticism in Black Film, Cinema, and Video
The Black Film Center/Archive recently received the annual circulation report for its academic journal Black Camera. Since July 2009, over 1,700 individuals and institutions have subscribed to the journal. We are so happy to know that the content of this journal, which includes interviews with important directors and artists and essays by prominent scholars, is … Continue reading Black Camera Circulation Report: 1,739 Subscribers!
Last week, Michael Martin interviewed Jefferson Pinder for our academic journal, Black Camera (printed by Indiana University Press). Pinder is a Washington based video artist who seeks to find black identity through the most dynamic circumstances. Click here to learn more about Jefferson Pinter Kaleidoscope from Jeffrey Pinder on Vimeo.