Dr Alexander Fisher re-examines two films by the pioneering Senegalese director Ousmane Sembene in the light of high definition.
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Jake Berger from BBC Archive Development explains how the corporation’s extensive archive is helping trigger reminiscences in people with dementia.
José Arroyo, Principal Teaching Fellow In Film and Television Studies at the University of Warwick, underlines his experiences teaching at Cuba’s world-renowned Escuela Internacional de Cine y Televisión.
Tamara Courage reviews Igor Krstić’s exploration of slums and their representation in world cinema.
Dr Xavier Aldana Reyes reviews a new Blu-ray of Roger Corman’s gothic horror history Tower of London.
Dr Birgitta Hosea reviews a new DVD release of Ralph Bakshi’s fantasy animation Wizards.
Prof Stephen M. Hart reviews Charles Ramírez Berg’s analysis of classical Mexican cinema.
Dr Stacey Abbott reviews Derek Johnston’s book on the relationship between ghost stories and seasonal television programming.