Compiled by Barbara Rose Lange (University of Houston)
General | Africa | Americas | Asia | Distributor Addresses
2000. Directed by Peter Miller. Distributed by First Run/Icarus Films, New
York, NY. Video, 57 mins. A survey of how the Internationale has affected a
spectrum of social activists from the Spanish Civil War through Tiananmen Squ
Drums of Dagbon.
2000 (1984). Directed by Dennis Marks. Distributed by Films for the Humanities
and Sciences, Princeton, NJ. Video, 58 mins. Video release of the film on
Dagbani drumming featuring Ibrahim Abdulai.
2000 (1984). Directed by Dennis Marks. Distributed by Shanachie Entertainment,
Newton, NJ. DVD, 75 mins. DVD release of the film containing interviews and
concert footage of Fela Kuti.
Bob Marley: Catch a Fire.
2000 (1999). Directed by Jeremy Marre. Distributed by Rhino Home Video. Video,
60 mins. Relates how the Catch a Fire album was assembled. Includes interviews
with Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, and other musicians, as well as Jam aican home
movie footage of the Wailers.
Miss M.C.: Women in Rap.
2000. Directed by Danila Perkins. Distributed by Ventura Distribution, Thousand
Oaks, CA. Video, 74 mins. Documents the involvement of women in rap, including
Nobody Knows My Name.
2000. Directed by Rachel Raimist. Distributed by Unleashed Entertainment, Los
Angeles, CA. DV, 58 mins. Shows facets of hip hop through the lives of women
performers in L.A. Includes commentary on turntablists, hip hop familie s, and
working with major record labels.
Nuestro Cuatro. Volume 1, 1493 to 1959: The Puerto Ricans
and Their Stringed Instruments.
1999. Directed by Juan Sotomayor, William Cumpiano and Wil Echevarria.
Distributed by the Cuatro Project. Video, 83 mins. Documents the significance
of the c uatro and other stringed instruments from the days of the jibaros
through the creation of a national music and the first mass emigrations from
Rapmania: The Roots of Rap.
2000. Distributed by Brentwood Communications, Newbury Park, CA. Video, DVD,134
mins. Documents a live concert featuring many of the first hip-hop and rap
Shine on: Richard Trice and the Bull City Blues. 2000. Directed by Kenny Dalsheimer. Distributed by Groove
Productions, Durham, NC. MiniDV and Video, 49 mins. Documents the life of
Piedmont blues musician Richard Trice, including the working condi tions he
faced in North Carolina.
Mongolyn duu: Poets of Mongolia. 1999. Directed by Peter Brosens, Peter Krüger, and Sakhya
Byamba. Distributed by d.net.sales, Leipzig, Germany. Digi Beta, 52 mins.
Documents how working people in Mongolia process their difficult living
conditions through poetry and song.
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New York, NY 10014
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Durham, NC 27701
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Los Angeles, CA 90024-5608
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Newton, NJ 07860
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Thousand Oaks, CA 91362