The Cinema of Apartheid: Race and Class in South African Film

Keyan Tomaselli

This forceful analysis of the development of cinema during apartheid has been described by Nadine Gordimer as a "... bold, well-researched exposť of the history of an art form struggling in chains" with "... ominous reminders of what happened to film-makers in Nazi Germany. It also reveals the potential, in magnificent subjects and talented people, for a film industry in a new, free South Africa".

Distributed by IP in Europe (except the UK) for Smyrna Press/Lake View Press

1988, 300 pgs., DKK 136.00 (approx. £ 12.25/EUR 18.25), ISBN 0-918266-19-X