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Throughout the 1960s until her untimely death in 1974, Afro-Cuban filmmaker Sara Gomez engaged directly and courageously with the social, political, economic, and cultural transformations promised by the Cuban Revolution. Gomez directed numerous documentary films in 10 prolific years. She also made De cierta manera (One way or another), her only feature-length film. Her films navigate complex experiences of social class, race, and gender by reframing revolutionary citizenship, cultural memory, and political value. Not only have her inventive strategies become foundational to new Cuban cinema and feminist film culture, but they also continue to inspire media artists today who deal with issues of identity and difference. The Cinema of Sara Gomez assembles history, criticism, biography, methodology, and theory of Gomez's work in scholarly writing; interviews with friends and collaborators; the film script of De cierta manera; and a detailed and complete filmography. Featuring striking images, this anthology reorients how we tell Cuban cinema history and how we think about the intersections of race, gender, and revolution. By addressing Gomez's entire body of work, The Cinema of Sara Gomez unpacks her complex life and gives weight to her groundbreaking cinema.
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Susan Lord is Professor of Film and Media in the Cultural Studies Graduate Program and Director of the Vulnerable Media Lab at Queen's University. She is co-editor of Killing Women: The Visual Culture of Gender and Violence; New World Coming: The Sixties and the Shaping of Global Consciousness; and Fluid Screens, Expanded Cinema. As a member of the editorial collective for the journal Public: Art, Culture, Ideas, she has co-edited the issues "Havana" and "Archive/Counter-Archives". Maria Caridad Cumana taught Film and Television at the University of Havana for 15 years. She was Chief Coordinator for the Audiovisual Portal for Latin American and Caribbean Cinema at the Foundation of New Latin American Cinema, co-authored A Look at Cuban Cinema, Latitudes of the Margin: Latin American Cinema before the Third Millennium, and co-edited My Havana: The Musical City of Carlos Varela. She was Field Producer in Havana for the documentary Out My Windows (NFB). She is currently an Adjunct Faculty at Miami Dade College.
Introduction: New Women, Old Worlds, by Susan Lord 1. We have a vast public . . . .": Interview for Pensamiento Critico by Sara Gomez Yera 2. "Sara is so very Sara!": Ines Maria Martiatu Terry Interviewed by Lourdes Martinez-Echazabal, by Ines Maria Martiatu Terry and Lourdes Martinez-Echazabal 3. Inquisitive Gazes: Sara Gomez's Perspectives on Social Marginality from and within the Cuban Revolution, by Odette Casamayor-Cisneros 4. Sergio Giral Interviewed by Maria Caridad Cumana, by Sergio Giral and Maria Caridad Cumana 5. "Neither Farms nor Coffee Plantations . . .": Urban Spaces and Cultural Contours in the Script and on the Screen, by Victor Fowler Calzada 6. Residential Miraflores: (Script for De cierta manera/One way or another), by Sara Gomez Yera and Tomas Gonzalez 7. Luis Garcia Mesa Interviewed by Lourdes Martinez-Echazabal and Maria Caridad Cumana, by Luis Garcia Mesa, Lourdes Martinez-Echazabal, and Maria Caridad Cumana 8. Sara Gomez: AfroCubana (Afro-Cuban Women's) Activism after 1961, by Devyn Spence Benson 9. Racial Identity and Collisions: Gomez and Guillen Landrian, by Maria Caridad Cumana 10. Rigoberto Lopez Interviewed by Victor Fowler Calzada, by Rigoberto Lopez and Victor Fowler Calzada 11. Information and Education: Sara Gomez and Nonfiction Film Culture of the 1960s, by Joshua Malitsky 12. Virtual Heroes in the Midst of Shortage: Sara Gomez Confronts the New Man, by Ana Serra 13. Ivan Arocha Montes de Oca Interviewed by Ricardo Acosta, by Ivan Arocha Montes de Oca and Ricardo Acosta 14. Sabor and Punctum: Music in Sara Gomez's Films, by Alan West-Duran 15. The Santiago of Two Pilgrims: F. G. Lorca and Sara Gomez in Search of Eastern Cuba, by Lourdes Martinez-Echazabal 16. Her Contribution, by Sandra Abd'Allah-Alvarez Ramirez 17. Conclusion: Transculturation, Gender, and Documentary, by Susan Lord Epilogue: "As time goes by, we are less of a polite, aesthetic, static, sexual, and passive object . . .": Sara Gomez Yera Interviewed by Marguerite Duras Filmography Index