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Burning an Illusion: landmark and legacy

Film scholar Dr Clive Nwonka explores the visual politics of Black British cinema and the enduring impact of Menelik Shabazz’s seminal feature debut

By Clive Nwonka

Burning an Illusion: landmark and legacy
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Menelik Shabazz: the collective spirit

Menelik Shabazz: the collective spirit
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Black Filmmaker Magazine, revisited

By Floyd Webb

Black Filmmaker Magazine, revisited
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The bfm empire: a showcase of Black world cinema

By Nadia Denton

The bfm empire: a showcase of Black world cinema
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Speak Easy: ‘Black to Front’

By Jennifer G. Robinson

Speak Easy: ‘Black to Front’
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2021: the year-end wrap-up

2021: the year-end wrap-up
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“It was a solid Black middle-finger to the racist American film industry”: Merawi Gerima on Haile Gerima

By Merawi Gerima

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

By Onye Wambu

Haile Gerima: decolonising film
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Horace Ové: reflection on a thirty-year experience

By June Givanni

Horace Ové: reflection on a thirty-year experience