BLACK CINEMA TREASURES: LOST AND FOUND
by G. William Jones (1991)
Focusing on a much-neglected area of film experience in America, Black Cinema Treasures furthers the preservation of America's cultural and historic heritage, especially its African-American heritage as seen through the eyes of the African-American filmmakers of the 1920s through the 1950s.
The late G. William Jones was professor of cinema and video in the Meadows School of Arts, Southern Methodist University, Founder/Director of the Southwest Film/Video Archives there, and founder of the USA Film Festival in Dallas.
University of North Texas Press
Paperback / 242 pgs