Raoul Peck: Power, Politics, and the Cinematic Imagination

by Toni Pressley-Sanon (Editor), Sophie Saint-Just (Editor)

Raoul Peck: Power, Politics and the Cinematic Imagination includes a collection of essays by leading scholars and an interview and two keynotes addresses by the Haitian filmmaker Raoul Peck. The volume focuses on the ways in which power and politics have shaped his oppositional gaze and inform his films and his method as a director.

Book details

Contributors
Olivier Barlet (Collaborator), M. D. Benedicty-Kokken (Collaborator), Jane Bryce (Collaborator), Myriam J. A. Chancy (Collaborator), Rachel Gabara (Collaborator), Tama Hamilton-Wray (Collaborator), Martin Munro (Collaborator), Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall (Collaborator), Joëlle Vitiello (Collaborator), John P. Walsh (Collaborator), Raoul Peck (Other contributor)
Publication date
December 03, 2015
Publisher
Page count
310
ISBN
9780739198797
Paper ISBN
9780739198780