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Editorial Reviews Lionel Rogosin's religion could be dubbed "liberation cinematography" -- he made films as a way to fight injustice. In , Rogosin followed his calling to South Africa creating Come Back, Africa -- a powerful and moving drama exposing the harsh reality of 4/4(10). An American in Sophiatown The making of Come Back, Africa. Directed by Michael Rogosin & Lloyd Ross. 64 minutes. Lionel Rogosin talks about Come Back, Africa. Radio Interview, , 19 minutes. Come Back, Africa Theatrical Trailer. 2 minutes. Disc two Black Roots United States. , 63 minutes. Mono Sound. Aspect ratio: SDH subtitles.4/5. Come Back This book touches the heart. Two people both running from their demons come together in difficult circumstances. Life never turns out the way you dream it will. Sometimes you take a different path to a life so much better. I think this book is a good example of that. This was a good read and I enjoyed it very much/5. Come Back, Africa chronicles the life of Zachariah, a black South African living under the rule of the harsh apartheid government in Genre: Documentary.
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In , American filmmaker Lionel Rogosin arrived in Cape Town, South Africa, determined to make a film about apartheid. “Anti-apartheid Solidarity Networks and the Production of Come Back Author: Frankie Nicole Weaver. Lionel Rogosin was a maverick political film maker: Inspired by italian neo-realism and Flaherty's Nanook of the North, he shed a new light on film making. His approach, poetic-realism, gave a new dimension to documentary and film history. Come Back Africa. Book launch «A Man Possessed» Johannesburg, South Africa Film festival. Lionel Rogosin (Janu , New York City, New York – December 8, , Los Angeles, California) was an independent American filmmaker.   Rogosin worked in political cinema, non-fiction partisan filmmaking and docufiction, influenced by Italian neorealism and Robert mater: Yale University. Lionel Rogosin's diaries of this period are collected in the book Come Back Africa — Lionel Rogosin, A Man Possessed, edited by Peter Davis. "Making of" documentary [ edit ] In , Rogosin's sons Michael and Daniel co-produced a minute "Making of" documentary entitled An American in Starring: Vinah Makeba, Zachria Makeba, Molly Parkin, .