Special Issue on Caribbean Cinema Now Available

Today, after five years or so in the making, the special issue on contemporary Caribbean cinema has been published in  the open access Imaginations: Journal of Cross-Cultural Image Studies. The issue consists of a combination of interviews and critical essays that provides a diverse and necessarily eclectic glimpse into recent developments in Caribbean cinema.

Film Studies faculty member, Emiel Martens, has contributed to the issue with interviews with two Caribbean filmmakers, Storm Saulter (Jamaica) and Pim de la Parra (Suriname). Martens also organized and composed Saulter’s guest artist portfolio that is featured immediately after the introduction by Doris Hambuch, the special issue’s editor.

You can find and access the complete contents of the special issue online at http://imaginations.csj.ualberta.ca/?p=7877.