With Open Eyes: Women and African Cinema
Kenneth W. Harrow
Rodopi, 1997 - Social Science - 263 pages
Bibliografie : p. 193-218 Survey of some projects by female African filmmakers from different countries ; the problematic encounter between Western feminism and African feminist filmmaking practice; the representation of women in African film.
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