Cinema of Namibia
Before independence, American anthropologist John Marshall made ethnographic films of the Ju/'hoansi for over four decades from 1950 onwards, resulting in documentary films such as The Hunters (1957) and Nǃai, the Story of a ǃKung Woman (1980).
After independence, Namibian filmmakers have started to assert their own identity. Pioneers included Bridget Pickering, Richard Pakleppa and Cecil Moller. They have been joined by a younger generation including Joel Haikali, Oshosheni Hiveluah, Perivi Katjavivi, Tim Huebschle, and Krischka Stoffels.
- Apley, Alice and David Tamés. (June 2005) Remembering John Marshall (1932–2005) newenglandfilm.com Retrieved 1 Aug 2008.
- Mahnke, Hans-Christian (2018). "Reading Namibian film". In Krishnamurthy, Sarala; Vale, Helen (eds.). Writing Namibia: Literature in Transition. University of Namibia Press. p. 211. ISBN 978-99916-42-33-8.
- Jule Selbo (2015). Jill Nelmes; Jule Selbo (eds.). Women Screenwriters: An International Guide. Springer. p. 29. ISBN 978-1-137-31237-2.