(via  Only the Cinema: Black Girl)

As the first feature film ever made by a black director in sub-Saharan Africa, Ousmane Sembene’s 1966 debut Black Girl was a historical landmark, marking the novelist and fledgling filmmaker as the father of African film…

(via  Only the Cinema: Black Girl)

As the first feature film ever made by a black director in sub-Saharan Africa, Ousmane Sembene’s 1966 debut Black Girl was a historical landmark, marking the novelist and fledgling filmmaker as the father of African film…

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