57 min

Rachel Moseley-Wood (On 1950's Caribbean Cinema) The Black Film Space Podcast

    • TV & Film

We interview Rachel Moseley-Wood, a lecturer in Film Studies and Literature at the University of West Indies, Mona, Jamaica.

Rachel published the book 'Show Us as We Are: Place, Nation & Identity in Jamaican Film' and more recently she has been researching  colonial film in the British West Indies and charting the film culture of the 1950s.

We talk to Rachel about the significance of cinema in the 1950's Caribbean in regards to nation formation,  the origins of the Jamaican Film Unit,  how films were distributed and much more.



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We interview Rachel Moseley-Wood, a lecturer in Film Studies and Literature at the University of West Indies, Mona, Jamaica.

Rachel published the book 'Show Us as We Are: Place, Nation & Identity in Jamaican Film' and more recently she has been researching  colonial film in the British West Indies and charting the film culture of the 1950s.

We talk to Rachel about the significance of cinema in the 1950's Caribbean in regards to nation formation,  the origins of the Jamaican Film Unit,  how films were distributed and much more.



Follow Black Film Space:

blackfilmspace.com

Instagram.com/blackfilmspace

Facebook.com/blackfilmspace

Twitter.com/blackfilmspace

57 min

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