Browsing Wits Academics - Faculty of Humanities by Issue Date

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  • Ebrahim, Haseenah (Deep Focus: A Film Quarterly, 1998)
    In this essay, I consider the role of African cultural heritage and of oral tradition in selected films/videos by women filmmakers of the African Diaspora. for practical purposes, I limit the scope of my analysis to the ...
  • Unknown author (Northwestern University, 1998)
    This dissertation presents a new conceptual framework, a "pan-African feminist" critical model, to examine how Euzhan Palcy of Martinique, Gloria Rolando and the late Sara Gómez of Cuba, and the Sistren Collective ...
  • Ebrahim, Haseenah (The Western Journal of Black Studies, 1998)
    This paper explores the depiction of Afrocuban religions in two films - Sara Gomez's One way or another(1974/1977) and Gloria Rolando's Oggun: Forever present(1991).A (Western) feminist's analysis of Gomez's One way or ...
  • Ebrahim, Haseenah (European Review of Latin American and Carribean Studies, 2007-04)
    This essay explores questions of race and ethnicity in relation to Cuban cinema during the height of the Revolution, focusing in particular on one filmmaker, the late Sara Gómez. This essay argues that while contemporary ...
  • Thornton, Robert (University of California Press, 2007-06-01)
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  • Ebrahim, Haseenah (Scrutiny2, 2008)
    This essay explores two aspects of the Bollywood "phenomenon" as it has played out, in the past decade, in South Africa - a part of the Indian diaspora where the popularity of the Hindi-Indian cinema has an established ...
  • Ebrahim, Haseenah (2014-08-31)
    Emerging from this research undertaken to map the presence of women screenwriters in the South African film industry, are two significant findings: first, an awareness that while a few women of colour have begun to enter ...
  • Ebrahim, haseenah (Journal of Film and Video, 2015)
    The notion that American animated films are somehow excluded from ideological concerns, that they are “ideologically empty,” so to speak, reflects a widespread perception within both the USA and South Africa that children’s ...

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