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G&H is also dealt with at some length in Toni Cade Bambra's essay on
Daughters of the Dust in the anthology "Black American Cinema" edited by
Manthia Diawara. Diawara's introductory essay in the book also covers the
film in some depth, but much of that material may be drawn from the "Jump
Cut" essay.

Greg Oguss

At 04:39 PM 5/14/2002 -0400, you wrote:
>>  May 14, 2002
>>
>>Let me say at the outset that I am conducting my own research, and
>>that the purpose of this post is merely to solicit suggestions or
>>advice about locating criticism of Ganja and Hess. At present, I
>>have one essay, written by Manthia Diawara, that was published in
>>"Jump Cut" in 1990. I also own James Monaco's "American Film Now",
>>which devotes a few pages to the film. It is also briefly mentioned
>>in the book "Celluloid Mavericks."
>>
>>Besides these sources, is there anything else in terms of criticism?
>>I have looked on-line and elsewhere, and have come up with nothing,
>>save for the above mentioned sources. Any suggestions would be
>>greatly appreciated.
>>
>>Sarah Nichols
>
>
>Ganja & Hess is also covered in How To Read a Film and there is a
>nice clip from it on the dvd-rom version of HTRAF. (The clip is the
>blood bank caper, with a nice tune by Sam Waymon on the ST.)
>
>To my knowledge there is a print at MoMA--but this may be out of date info.
>
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>more widely recognized.
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