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Off-the-Cuff Productions <[log in to unmask]>
Sun, 28 May 1995 21:41:46 +12000
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I recommend the following books for anyone interested in South African Cinema:
Tomaselli, Keyan.  The Cinema of Apartheid:  Race and Class in South
African Film.  Great Britain, 1989.  ISBN 0-947024-27-1
Botha, M & Van Aswegen, A.  Images of South Africa:  The Rise of
Alternative Cinema.   HSRC (SA) 1992  ISBN 0 7969 1149 5
Blignaut, J. & Botha, M.  Movies, Moguls & Mavericks:  South African
Cinema 1979 - 1991.  Showdata 1992. ISBN 0-620-16529-4
BTW, Showdata will soon have a web page with info on SA Cinema,
locations, resources, etc, - I will post details as soon as I get it.
If you would like to acquire a personal copy of any of these books, drop
me some email, they are all still in print and available in South Africa.
Tobie Openshaw
Wellington, South Africa
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