Africa Film WebMeeting

Message from: Martin Roberts (mroberts@MIT.EDU)
About: African Cinema reviews

Tue, 27 Feb 1996 11:56:51 -0500

>Date: Tue, 20 Feb 96 10:02:05 EST
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>Subject: African Cinema reviews
>From: african-cinema-conference@XC.Org ("Jake Homiak, Smithsonian/Film
>X-Originally-From: "Jake Homiak, Smithsonian/Film Archives"
>To: african-cinema-conference@XC.Org
>Originally from: "Jake Homiak, Smithsonian/Film Archives"
>Originally dated: Tue, 20 Feb 96 10:02:05 EST
>For the past few years I have been serving as the film/video reviews
>editor for the journal African Arts. Given my background as an
>the handfull of reviews that I've solicited have tended to be on
>films on African subjects. I am, however, interested in learning about new
>works by African filmmakers both on the continent and in the Diaspora.
>Interested parties are invited to contact:
>Jake Homiak
>Human Studies Film Archives, MRC 123
>Smithsonian Institution
>Washington, DC 20560
>tel: 202/786-2670 or 357-1976
>fax: 202/357-2208
>At the present time I am interested in a review of CATEPILLAR MOON,
>a BBC Under the Sun production which focuses on contemporary African
>Anyone interested in reviewing this work?
>I also want to invite interest in unedited footage shot by Colin Turnbull
>in 1954 on the Mbuti and their Bantu farmer neighbors for workup into a
>project. Contact me at the above address.
>I look forward to hearing from you.

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