Images out of Africa : the Virginia Garner diaries of the Africa Motion Picture Project / edited with an introduction by Glenn Reynolds ; foreword by J. M. Burns ; photos by Virginia and Ray Garner.
- Garner, Virginia 1915-2007.
- Lanham [Maryland] ; Plymouth, UK : University Press of America c2011
- 9780761853800 (hbk.)
- 0761853804 (hbk.)
- 9780761853817 (pbk.)
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Garner, Virginia 1915-2007 ; Diaries.
- Women motion picture producers and directors ; Diaries.
- 1938 Africa Motion Picture Project.
- Africa, Sub-Saharan In motion pictures.
- Missionaries Africa, Sub-Saharan History.
- Ethnographic films Africa, Sub-Saharan History.
- Christian films Africa, Sub-Saharan History.
- Garner, Ray 1913-1989.
- "Missionaries played a fundamental role in introducing cinema into the developing world in the early twentieth century. These representatives of the Christian community diligently produced films about far-flung cultures to bolster fundraising for mission efforts around the globe. By the interwar period, a few husband-and-wife teams in Africa were making an array of films about vanishing cultures and the struggle to bring Christianity to indigenous populations. Images Out of Africa brings to light the remarkable expedition of one such team of filmmakers. In 1938, Virginia and Ray Garner, working for the Africa Motion Picture Project, ambitiously began making films in the Belgian Congo and French Cameroons, introducing film into villages for the first time. This book features Virginia Garner's recently rediscovered diaries, which highlight the challenges of making films in Africa in the 1930s and include rich descriptions of cross-cultural interactions and micro-negotiations with chiefs, headmen, and villagers." -- P.  of cover.
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