In Darkest Hollywood: Exploring the Jungles of Cinema's South Africa
Film & TV This intriguing book, elaborates how screen views of South Africa, especially of black South Africans, long helped maintain distorted, racist images. Documentary filmmaker Davis selects specific genre films for analysis. In the 1950s, the author shows, the South African government permitted the start of a black-created cinema, with such films as Jim Comes to Jo'burg and Zonk.
Paperback, English.Ravan Press , 1995, Used