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Frame by Frame III: A Filmography of the African Diasporan Image, 1994-2004 Hardcover – March 21, 2007


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"... [A] must purchase for any library serving a film curriculum or, for that matter, film buffs.... Essential." —Choice

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"The most comprehensive guide to African, African American, and Afro-European films currently available, this set is highly recommended for all film and black history collections." —Library Journal

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"... the volume and indeed the entire series is invaluable as a guide to lesser-known documentaries and international films. This is an essential series for all serious film public and academic collections." —Anthony J. Adam, American Reference Books Annual

(Anthony J. Adam American Reference Books Annual)

A continuation of volumes 1 (1979) and 2 (1997), this substantial reference to African diaspora filmography opens with movies produced in 1994, the year the previous volume closed. Organized alphabetically first by film title, then by industry figure, it stretches to embrace a broad international roster of movies and people-e.g., actors, producers, screenwriters, and musicians. McCluskey (Imaging Blackness) concludes the book with listings of online resources, international film festivals, film companies, research leads, and more. The most comprehensive guide to African, African American, and Afro-European films currently available, this set is highly recommended for all film and black history collections.Library Journal

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An valuable compendium for anyone interested in cinema
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