REFRAMING AFRICA? Reflections on modernity and the moving image

: Kros (C.), Auguiste (R.) & Khan (P.) eds.

R 300.00
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246pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town & Bethlehem, 2022


Contributions include:

"The Reframing Africa Audio-Visual Project"  by Cynthia Kros, Reece Auguiste and Pervaiz Khan

"Movements of War: Film as apparatus of inscription and conscription" by Bettina Malcomess

"Reading Gestures in De Voortrekkers" by Palesa Nomanzi Shongwe

"Reframing South Africa Cinema History: Modernity, the New Africa Movement and beyond" by Keyan G. Tomaselli and Anna-Marie Jansen van Vuuren

"The Foxy Five: Woke politics and participatory culture" by Dylan Valley

"Cinemas of Dis/agreement: Contemporary Afrikaner dramas" by Emelia Steenekamp.

Reece Auguiste is Associate Professor of Critical Media Practices at the the University of Colorado. A documentary filmmaker, he founded the multi-media production company Black Audio Film Collective, based in Britain.

Curator, theatre maker, filmmaker and academic Pervaiz Khan teaches at the Wits School of Arts, Film & Television division. He is currently completing his PhD on Barney Simon and South African theatre.

Historian and heritage specialist Cynthia Kros taught in the Department at the University of the Witwatersrand for 18 years before leading the Arts, Culture and Heritage Programme in the Wits School of Arts.