Critical Writing Index

Colouring the Screen: Four Strategies in Anti-racist Film and Video

by Richard Fung

Parallèlogramme, 1992, v. 18, no. 3, pp. 38-53

This extensive article explores the converse side of racism and media, by examining, four strategies used in anti-racist film and video: positive images produced within mainstream media; the radical reworkings of black British cinema; racial integration in video documentary; and a look at video art produced in Toronto.

ITEM 1992.012 – available for viewing in the Research Centre

Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited

Keeping the Home Fires BurningSara Diamond

SkinColin Campbell

Just Because of Who We AreHeramedia Collective

Bolo Bolo!Gita Saxena and Ian Rashid

Night VisionsMarusia Bociurkiw

A Place With No NameElizabeth Schroder

The Flow Of AppearancesTess Payne

Kipling Meets CowboysJohn Greyson

Nelson Is a BoyEdward Lam

Second Generation Once RemovedGita Saxena