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An American in Sophiatown
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directed by Earl Lloyd Ross, fl. 2007; produced by Michael Rogosin, fl. 2007-2015, Daniel Rogosin, fl. 1972-2015, Michael Cain, fl. 1993-2016 and David Andriole, 1964-, Rogosin Heritage; performed by Lionel Rogosin, 1924-2000, Lewis Nkosi, 1937-2010 and Myrtle Berman (Harrington Park, NJ: Milestone Films, 2006), 52 mins
An American in Sophiatown The making of Come Back, Africa. Directed by Michael Rogosin & Lloyd Ross. 64 minutes.
directed by Earl Lloyd Ross, fl. 2007; produced by Michael Rogosin, fl. 2007-2015, Daniel Rogosin, fl. 1972-2015, Michael Cain, fl. 1993-2016 and David Andriole, 1964-, Rogosin Heritage; performed by Lionel Rogosin, 1924-2000, Lewis Nkosi, 1937-2010 and Myrtle Berman (Harrington Park, NJ: Milestone Films, 2006), 52 mins
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Come Back, Africa
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directed by Lionel Rogosin, 1924-2000; produced by Lionel Rogosin, 1924-2000; performed by Zacharia Mgabi, fl. 1959-1959, Vinah Bendile, fl. 1959-1959 and Miriam Makeba, 1932-2008 (Harrington Park, NJ: Milestone Films, 1959), 1 hour 26 mins
Lionel Rogosin’s 1959 powerful classic Come Back, Africa is one of the bravest and best of all political films. After witnessing firsthand the terrors of fascism as a soldier in World War II, Lionel Rogosin vowed to fight against it wherever and whenever he saw it reemerging. In an effort to expose "what people...
directed by Lionel Rogosin, 1924-2000; produced by Lionel Rogosin, 1924-2000; performed by Zacharia Mgabi, fl. 1959-1959, Vinah Bendile, fl. 1959-1959 and Miriam Makeba, 1932-2008 (Harrington Park, NJ: Milestone Films, 1959), 1 hour 26 mins
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Infantry at Pretoria
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produced by Sagar Mitchell, 1866-1952 and James Kenyon, 1850-1925, Mitchell and Kenyon (United Kingdom: British Film Institute, 1900), 3 mins

Mitchell and Kenyon filmed numerous military parades, returning troops and fictional accounts of the conflict in South Africa. But this footage remains an anomaly. We know that M&K didn't travel to Pretoria (and these grainy pictures, shot from a distance, bear none of their stylistic hallmarks). Did they buy the...

produced by Sagar Mitchell, 1866-1952 and James Kenyon, 1850-1925, Mitchell and Kenyon (United Kingdom: British Film Institute, 1900), 3 mins
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