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SIGHT & SOUND 

September 2020 Edition

BLACK FILM BULLETIN:

'An Oral History'

Black Film Bulletin was first published by the British Film Institute in 1993. Founded by editors Dr June Givanni and Gaylene Gould, it was a vital space for critical commentary around developments in new Black cinema and pan-African cinema histories. Publication ceased around the turn of the millennium, but in recent years the BFB has taken gradual steps to being revived in a new form, this time guided by two members of a new generation – THINK Cinematic and Melanie Hoyes. All four BFB editors talk James Bell through the Black Film Bulletin’s history.

©BFI SIGHT & SOUND 

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BLACK STAR: A BFI COMPENDIUM


MISSING PERSONS REPORT

'On The Absence Of Black Manic Pixie Dreamgirls'

 

By 'Soul Of A Nation' curator Dr Zoe Whitley and THINK Cinematic. 

'The BFI book series, 'BLACK STAR'- a fully illustrated 160-page BFI Compendium published to accompany the British Film Institute season by Ashley Clark, explores the theme of Black stardom in film and TV. It features a range of new writing by contributors including film scholars and critics' - ©BFI 
 

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WHO WE ARE

Season At The BFI

By We Are Parable.

'PAUSE. PANDEMIC. RESET'

By THINK Cinematic

“Take some wisdom

from the past.

Lessons of cultural reinvention.”

'Who We Are' provides us with an opportunity:  ‘to look at the past, and the canon of work from Black British filmmakers; to look at the current state of affairs, and finally to be fully focused and committed to the future generation.’

  ©TIME OUT

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