Table of contents for Post-soul Black cinema : discontinuities, innovations, and breakpoints, 1970-1995 / W.R. Grant, IV.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
FOREWORD
PREFACE
INTRODUCTION
REBIRTH
THE STEREOTYPE
LITERATURE REVIEW
CHAPTER DESCRIPTIONS
RACE AND REPRESENTATION IN THE CLASSICAL STYLE
THE CLASSICAL HOLLYWOOD CINEMA
EARLY IMAGES OF AFRICAN AMERICANS IN AMERICAN CINEMA
THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF BLAXPLOITATION
WE SHALL OVERCOME
A STAR IS DYING: SIDNEY POITIER AND THE DEATH OF UNCLE TOM
THE BIG BREAK AND A HERO NAMED SWEETBACK
THE GREAT FLOOD
CASHING IN AND SELLING OUT
I SEE DEATH AROUND THE CORNER
DO THE RIGHT THING REVISITED
THE CHECK IS IN THE MAIL
PRE-PRODUCTION, FILM TRADE UNIONS, AND DOING THE RIGHT THING
DO THE RIGHT THING MEETS THE PRESS
CHECK THE GATE: BLACK CINEMA AT THE CROSSROADS
DOES WE STILL HAVE TO SHUFFLE?
RE-THINKING A BLACK FILM AESTHETIC
APPENDIX A
APPENDIX B
APPENDIX C
BIBLIOGRAPHY
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: African Americans in motion pictures