Black Camera: An international scholarly film journal, does a close-up issue on Afrosurrealism.
Edited by Terri Francis, cover art by Tan Khanh Cao and published by Indiana University Press:
"While Afrosurrealist works may signify on magical or hallucinatory levels, their sense of heightened reality often arcs toward current or familiar political, cultural, and ethnic contexts and references. Experimental film/video refers to work that reflects the expansive use of surrealistic principles such as abstraction, animation, parody, symbolism, incongruous juxtapositions, disinterested play of thought, and/or direct manipulation of the film image, particularly by handcrafted or artisan techniques such as painting or scratching on the film."
*Introduction: The No-Theory Chant of Afrosurrealism - Terri Francis
*After the End of the World: Sun Ra and the Grammar of Utopia - Anthony Reed
*Filmmaker’s Journal: resonanz.01 (2008–2013) notes / fragments on a case of sonic hauntology - Tony Cokes
Order it online here: http://purchase.jstor.org/products.php?issn=15363155