Bibliography of Works

by or about African Women in the Moving Image


Bibliographie des oeuvres

par/sur les femmes africaines d’images


 


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Cabedoche, Bertrand. Femmes et patrimoine culturel immatériel : l'expérience du film documentaire de création en Afrique sub-saharienne. Groupe d’étude cinéma du réel africain. AfricaDoc Lussas. 2012.

Caillé, Patricia and Claude Forest, eds. Regarder des films en Afriques. Septentrion Presses Universitaires, Oct 2017.


Caillé, Patricia. “Constructions of sexuality in recent Maghrebi films by women film-makers.” Journal of African Cinemas, Volume 8, Number 1, 1 March 2016, pp. 43-56(14).


Carson, Diane, et al. Multiple Voices in Feminist Film Criticism. (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1994).

Cazenave, Odile. “Writing the Child, Youth, and Violence into the Francophone Novel from Sub-Saharan Africa: The Impact of Age and Gender.” Research in African Literatures - Volume 36, Number 2, Summer 2005, pp. 59-71.

Chaillou, Aurore. Stratégies identitaires et littéraires dans l’oeuvre de Farida Belghoul et de Gaétan Soucy. Master’s Thesis in French. Texas Tech University, 2005. http://auteurs.contemporain.info/docs/234_AuroreChaillouthesis.pdf

Chalaye, Sylvie. Interview with Werewere Liking. Africultures (Special focus on African women: "Les africaines"), no. 2, 1997, pp. 5-7.

Cham, Mbye. "African Women and Cinema: A Conversation with Anne Mungai." Research in African Literatures (Special Issue: Women as Oral Artists), Fall 1994, pp. 93-104.


Chehat, Fayçal. “Interview with Rachida Krim”, Africultures, 2001. (Last accessed June 2011).

Chikhaoui, Tahar. "Stories of Women "Selma, Nejia, Moufida and the others." An interview with Moufida Tlatli and other Tunisian women filmmakers. Ecrans d’Afrique, no. 8, 2nd quarter, 1994, p. 11.

Chikhaoui, Tahar.. Profile of Kalthoum Bornaz, Tunisia-Director. Ecrans d’Afrique, nos. 5-6, 3rd-4th quarter, 1993, p. 38. (Last accessed June 2011).

Chonghaile, Clar Ni. Cinema: African Women in the Spotlight. The Africa Report. January 10 2011. http://theafricareport.com/archives2/society-a-culture/5135358-cinema-women-in-the-spotlight.html (Last accessed June 2011).

Ciecko, Anne. “African 'First Films': Gendered Authorship, Identity, and Discursive Resistance”. The Routledge Companion to Cinema & Gender. Edited by Kristin Lené Hole, Dijana Jelača, E. Ann Kaplan, Patrice Petro. Routledge, 2017.


Cinémathèque Afrique Catalogue, published by Cultures France for the Ministère des affaires etrangères. Annotated list of the films in its collection.

Cissé, Alassane and Madior Fall: 1996. “Un film en Afrique, c’est la galère.” Sud Week-end [Dakar] 12 October, 6-7.

Coletti, Maria. “Water: Women looking in the mirror” (Agua. Mujeres que se miran al espejo). In Souleymane Cissé: With the Eyes of Eternity (Souleymane Cissé : Con los ojos de la eternidad) by Maria Coletti, Leonardo De Franceschi. Editorial Universidad de Granada, 2008.

Coletti, Maria. Di diaspro e di corallo. L'immagine della donna nel cinema dell'Africa nera francofona, Marsilio (collana Biblioteca di Bianco & Nero. Saggistica) 2001. Of Jasper and Coral: Images of Women in Francophone Black African Cinema.


Coletti, Maria. The Representation of Women in African Cinema. Doctoral Thesis in Italian at Roma Tre University Rome, 2000.

Critical Arts. (African Cinema Issue), vol., 7, nos. 1-2, 1993.

Curry, Ginette. Awakening African Women: The Dynamics of Change. Cambridge Scholar Press, 2004.


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Dagba, Edson. Interview with Marguerite Ahyi, Benin-Camerawoman. Amina, no. 248, December 1990, p. 52.

Dangarembga, Tsitsi. In conversation with Beti Ellerson. Feminist Africa 16. African Feminist Engagements with Film, 2012, 128-135.

Dangarembga, Tsitsi. "The exotic has always already been known: changing the content of the black signifier as a means of improving reception of African films." Doctoral thesis title, Humboldt Universität, Berlin.

Dangarembga, Tsitsi. Keynote Address: "The Popular Arts and Culture in the Texture of the Public Sphere in Africa" at the 12th General Assembly of Codesria at Yaoundé, Cameroun, December 2008. http://www.codesria.org/IMG/pdf/Tsitsi_Dangarembga.pdf.  (Last accessed June 2011).

Davis, Lyell. Why does Diouana die? Facing history, migration and trauma in Black Girl. In Ousmane Sembène and the politics of culture. Eds. Lifongo Vetinde and Amadou T. Fofana. Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 2015.


Deffontaines, Thérèse-Marie. Interview with Izza Genini, Morocco-Director. Ecrans d’Afrique, nos. 5-6, 3rd-4th quarter, 1993, p. 8.

Delgado-Norris, Evelyn. "African Women and De/Colonization: Strategies of Resistance and Dynamics of Change in Senegalese Women's Literature and Film." Ph.D. Dissertation: Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. 2003. 261p.

DeLuca, Laura and Shadrack Kamenya, “Representation of Female Circumcision in Finzan, A Dance for the Heroes.” Research in African Literatures (Special Issue: African Cinema), Fall 1995, pp. 83-86.


Dembrow, Michael, Portland Community College. Film Notes: Kare Kare Zvako by Tsitsi Dangarembga. No longer available.

Dembrow, Michael, Portland Community College. Film Notes: Karmen Gei by Joseph Gaï Ramaka. No longer available.

Dembrow, Michael, Portland Community College. Film Notes: Everyone’s Child by Tsitsi Dangarembga. No longer available.

Dembrow, Michael, Portland Community College. Film Notes: Faraw! by Abdoulaye Ascofaré. No longer available.

Dembrow, Michael, Portland Community College. Film Notes: Madame Brouette by Moussa Sene Absa. No longer available.

Dembrow, Michael, Portland Community College. Film Notes: Moolaade by Ousmane Sembene. No longer available.

Dembrow, Michael, Portland Community College. Film Notes: Nha Fala by Flora Gomes. No longer available.

Dembrow, Michael, Portland Community College. Film Notes: Sisters of the Screen by Beti Ellerson. No longer available.

Dembrow, Michael, Portland Community College. Film Notes: Taafa Fanga by Adama Drabo. No longer available.

Dembrow, Michael, Portland Community College. Film Notes: Tableau Ferraille by Moussa Sene Absa. No longer available.

Demy, Catherine. Interview with Safi Faye, Senegal-Director. Amina, no. 315, July 1996, p. 21.

Demy, Catherine. Interview with Ingrid Sinclair, Zimbabwe-Director. Amina, no. 315, July 1996, p.20.

Demy, Catherine. Interview with Lieno Tsolo, South Africa-Actress. Amina, no. 303, July 1995, p. 12.

Diagne, Rokhaya Oumar and Souleymane Bachir Diagne: “Annette Mbaye d’Erneville: Une femme de communication/Annette Mbaye d’Erneville: A Lady with a Talent for Communication.” Présence Africaine (Special Issue: Le monde en mutation depuis 1989/The Changing World Since 1989: Dossier II Femmes du monde/Femmes d’Afrique-African Women/Women of the World), no. 153, 1996, pp. 93-100.

Diao, Claire. Double Vague, le nouveau soufflé du cinéma français. Editions Au Diable Vauvert. 2017.

Diao, Claire. Le 32e Festival du Film de Femmes de Creteil rend hommage a Safi Faye. Africultures, Avril 2010.

Diao, Claire. L'Éthiopie initie son premier festival international de courts métrages: entreti en de Claire Diao avec Maji-Da Abdi. Africultures, 23 February 2010.

Diao, Claire. Minky Schlesinger : "C'est parce que j'aime mon pays que je suis devenue réalisatrice" Africultures, 8 September 2009.


Diao, Claire. Aminata Ouedraogo : "Un jour, une femme remportera l'Étalon de Yennenga !" Africultures, 6 June 2009.


Diao, Claire. Nadège Batou ou la recherche de l'eau. Africultures, 11 May 2009.

Diallo, Assiatou Bah.  Interview with Anne-Laure Folly, Togo-Director. Amina, no. 331, December 1997, p. 38.

Diallo, Assiatou Bah. "Les femmes à la recherche d'un nouveau souffle." Amina, no. 253, May 1991, pp. 8-9. Summary of the events at the workshop on African women in the cinema, FESPACO 1991.

Diawara, Manthia. African Film: New Forms of Aesthetics and Politics. Prestel: Munich, 2010.
Featuring interviews with Nadia Cherabi Labidi (Algeria), Jihan el-Tahri (Egypt), Kadiatou Konaté (Mali), Katy Lena Ndiaye.

Diawara, Manthia. African Cinema: Politics and Culture. Bloomington: University of Indiana Press, 1992.

Diang'a, Rachael. Trans-formal aesthetics and cultural impact on Ousmane Sembene's Xala. In Ousmane Sembène and the politics of culture. Eds. Lifongo Vetinde and Amadou T. Fofana. Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 2015.


Dioume, Fatou. “Cinéma Africain, une caméra à l’épaule de l’histoire.” 50 ans de Cinéma Africain, La Cinémathèque Française, 2008.


Diop, Baba. "Ousmane Sembene, The Suburb of Women" by Baba Diop. Sembene talks about his film "Fat Kine." Ecrans d’Afrique, no. 24, 2nd quarter, 1998, p. 91.

Diop, Baba. Interview with Venus Seye, protagonist of Faat Kine by Ousmane Sembene. Ecrans d’Afrique, no. 24, 2nd quarter, 1998, p. 92.

Diop, Cheriff Amadou. "Recidak 96: When the Women of Cinema Take Action!" Ecrans d’Afrique, no. 16, 2nd quarter, 1996, p. 39.

Dipio, Dominica. Gender Terrains in African Cinema. University of South Africa Press, 2014.

Domingo, Macy and Klevor Abo. Interview with Akosua Busia, Ghana-Actress. Ecrans d’Afrique, no. 4, 2nd quarter, 1993, p. 6.

Dossoumon, Mafoya. Class and Gender Representation in Nollywood Movies. Master's Thesis. Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, USA, 2013.


Dulucq, Sophie. « Visages de femmes » au miroir du cinéma d'Afrique noire (des années 1960 aux années 1990). Clio Histoire, femmes et sociétés (Femmes d’Afrique), 1997.



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