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Eight Films by Jean Rouch

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"Jean Rouch was an inspiration for the French New Wave, and a revolutionary force in ethnography and the study of Africa. Beginning in 1955 with his most controversial film The Mad Masters, through 1969's darkly comic Little by Little, these films represent the most sustained flourishing of Rouch's practice of "shared anthropology," a process of collaboration with his subjects. Astonishing on their own terms, now restored and released for the first time, Eight films by Jean Rouch is essential for anyone interested in better understanding the development of ethnography and the cross-currents of colonialism and post-colonial social change in Africa, as well as documentary film practice, film history, and world cinema as a whole. Included in this box set are eight newly restored films o [...]
DVD
2017
Clemons (Stacks)
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Developing Countries [electronic resource]

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Program 20.1 visits the Ivory Coast, where the loss of its historically stable government has brought an economic downturn to this, the world's largest producer of cocoa. Program 20.2 provides a case study of one of Africa's wealthiest nations. Oil production in Gabon has declined putting pressure on the country's timber resources to provide a stable economy.
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2003