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“It was a solid Black middle-finger to the racist American film industry”: Merawi Gerima on Haile Gerima

Ethiopian-born Haile Gerima was one of the forces behind the African cinema liberationists of the 1960s. A crucial move to the US in the 1970s led his exploration of colonialism’s legacies to new fields.

By Merawi Gerima

“It was a solid Black middle-finger to the racist American film industry”: Merawi Gerima on Haile Gerima
Black Film Bulletin

“Giving voice to the common individual”: Zak Ové on Horace Ové

By Zak Ové

“Giving voice to the common individual”: Zak Ové on Horace Ové
Black Film Bulletin

Haile Gerima: decolonising film

By Onye Wambu

Haile Gerima: decolonising film
Black Film Bulletin

Horace Ové: reflection on a thirty-year experience

By June Givanni

Horace Ové: reflection on a thirty-year experience