Black Camera publishes 3rd collaborative issue with FESPACO, concluding 2-year initiative
The latest issue of Black Camera: An International Film Journal concludes a two-year, three-part collaboration with Gaston Kaboré, filmmaker and director of IMAGINE Film Institute, and the Pan-African Film and Television Festival of Ouagadougou (FESPACO), a major biannual festival devoted to African and Black diasporic cinemas.
The first issue in the collaboration covers the formation, evolution and challenges of FESPACO. The second addresses colonial antecedents, constituents, theory and articulations. The final issue includes statements, declarations, resolutions and manifestos. Together, the issues constitute about 2,000 pages.
A scholarly publication supported by The Media School, the journal is edited by professor Michael Martin.