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.