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by André Seewood

Category: History and Criticism
Subcategory: Fiction
Author: André Seewood
ISBN: 1436321794
ISBN13: 978-1436321792
Language: English
Publisher: Xlibris, Corp. (July 9, 2008)
Pages: 310
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Great book Slave Cinema part 2: Five Assumptions of Race that Shackle African-Americans in Film discusses why many African-Americans view cinema through a narrow.

Andre Seewood goes behind the curtain of the Hollywood movie machine and into the psychology of what is happening in black cinema. The struggle in front and behind the camera is real and the author exposes it with in depth knowledge and bold assessment. Slave Cinema part 2: Five Assumptions of Race that Shackle African-Americans in Film discusses why many African-Americans view cinema through a narrow perceptual frame of racial inequities past and present. White and African-American filmmakers who have tried to break this narrow frame are highlighted and analyzed.

Using a rich compendium of evidence SLAVE CINEMA takes a thorough and uncompromising look at African-American cinema, African-America social identity and the American film industry. This book addresses the specific artistic, ideological, and moral challenges that face every African-American filmmaker. Xlibris Corporation, Authorhouse. We're committed to providing low prices every day, on everything.

Slave Cinema part 2: Five Assumptions of Race that Shackle African-Americans in Film. Written by multiple award winning independent writer and filmmaker Andre Seewood. SLAVE CINEMA is his second published non-fiction work

Slave Cinema part 2: Five Assumptions of Race that Shackle African-Americans in Film. Slave Cinema part 3: Five Errors that Constrict African-American Cinematic Style. SLAVE CINEMA is his second published non-fiction work. He is also the author of SCREENWRITING IN TO FILM: Forgotten Methods & New Possibilities.

Books on Demand GmbH. Seewood, Andre (2008). Slave Cinema: The Crisis of the African-American in Film. ISBN 978-1-4363-2179-2.

Film journal Cahiers du cinéma devoted several articles to De Palma and Mission to Mars at the time of its release, and placed it as in their list of the 10 best films of 2000. The film was screened out of competition at the 2000 Cannes. Books on Demand GmbH. ISBN 978-3-8311-1509-9. Lippe, Jonathan (2007).

Library of Congress Control Number: 2006906583. ISBN: Hardcover 978-1-4257-2644-7 Softcover 978-1-4257-2643-0. This book was printed in the United States of America.

Historical Dictionary of African American Cinema.

This book addresses the specific artistic, ideological and moral challenges that face every African-American filmmaker. It is broken into three main parts: Slave Cinema part 1: The Crisis of African-American Independent Cinema. Slave Cinema part 2: Five Assumptions of Race that Shackle African-Americans in Film.

The Crisis of the African-American in Film. Andre Seewood is a multiple award winning independent writer and filmmaker. His films have been shown at The American Film Institute, The Chicago.

Studies Film Noir, Film and History, and German Cinema. André Seewood is a multiple award winning independent filmmaker, writer and musician. He is the co-founder and former.

Je viens de publier un autre livre qui s'intitule," THE GREATEST LIE EVER TOLD TO THE BLACK FILMMAKER: Collected Essays on Film (2015). com- MOTOR CITY FILMS Vo. & Vol. 2 (zone libre). I am a writer and filmmaker.

"Using a rich compendium of evidence SLAVE CINEMA takes a thorough and uncompromising look at African-American cinema, African-America social identity and the American film industry. This book addresses the specific artistic, ideological, and moral challenges that face every African-American filmmaker." [from back cover]
Comments to eBook Slave Cinema: The Crisis of the African-American in Film
Yayrel
This book is riveting in its content and unflinching in its opinions. If you've ever wondered why Black American Cinema is so dysfunctional and cyclical in its endless endorsement of stereotypes, read this book!

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Rit
Great book. Andre Seewood goes behind the curtain of the Hollywood movie machine and into the psychology of what is happening in black cinema. The struggle in front and behind the camera is real and the author exposes it with in depth knowledge and bold assessment. Highly recommend it for movie goers, cinema lovers and filmmaker of all hues!
Rainpick
Using a rich compendium of evidence the second edition of SLAVE CINEMA(re-released in 2011)takes an uncompromising look at African-American cinema, African-American social identity and the American film industry. The author addresses the specific artistic, business and moral challenges that face every African-American filmmaker and those that affect the audiences for their work. The book is broken into three main parts: Slave Cinema part 1: The Crisis of African-American Independent Cinema gives a provocative re-definition of independent film that reveals why it is so difficult for many African-Americans to accept independent cinema that challenges the limits and boundaries of "black" racial identity. Slave Cinema part 2: Five Assumptions of Race that Shackle African-Americans in Film discusses why many African-Americans view cinema through a narrow perceptual frame of racial inequities past and present. White and African-American filmmakers who have tried to break this narrow frame are highlighted and analyzed. Slave Cinema part 3: Five Errors that Constrict African-American Cinematic Style looks at the fallacies circulated among African-American filmmakers and potential filmmakers that impede visual, editorial and dramatic diversity in African-American cinema. This second edition features the controversial chapter RACE TRAITORS: White Filmmakers who make Black Films and discusses many of the groundbreaking films made by whites about blacks that have been overlooked or dismissed by many African-American film historians and scholars. All in all this book is a stunning attack on the blind spots of racial polemics and the dangers of conformity and stereotypes practiced within the African-American community as well as those practiced within the white controlled entertainment industry. Andre Seewood's previous book, SCREENWRITING INTO FILM: Forgotten Methods & New Possibilities and his award winning films, MOTOR CITY CINEMA Vol. 1 Motor City Cinema Vol.1 and MOTOR CITY CINEMA Vol.2 Motor City Cinema Vol.2 are also available through amazon.com
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