2018

De Groof, Matthias and Jedlowski, Alessandro. “Les Ateliers Action de la nouvelle génération de cinéastes congolais (2008-2018) ou comment faire la médiation du passé dans le présent?” In Francofonia, 2018 (in review)

2016

De Groof, Matthias. «Projection des films créés par les artistes participants au colloque», in Institut Français, RDCongo, Jan-Fév 2016, p 26-27

De Groof, Matthias; Spaliviero, Rosa; Maupin, Guillaume & Bras, Nicolas, “Africa is / in the Future”, in NOVA cinéma cinema, Bruxelles, N ° 154, mai – juin 2016, p8-9

 

2015

De Groof, Matthias. “Images & Animation. Introduction to cinéma d’animation and République Démocratique de Congo, in Rwanda and Burundi “, in Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, Volume 35, Issue 3, 2015, pages 519-521.

 

 

De Groof, Matthias. “Film and the end of Empire”, in Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, Volume 35, Issue 2, 2015, pages 361-363.

 

 

De Groof, Matthias. “Empire and Film”, in Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, Volume 35, Issue 2, 2015, pages 359-361.

 

 

De Groof, Matthias and Kathleen Gyssels. “Give Me Back My Black Dolls: Damas’ Africa and Its Museification, From Poetry to Moving Pictures” in Imaginations: Journal of Cross-Cultural Image Studies/ Revue d’Études Interculturelles de l’Image, 6:2 (2015): 112-123.
De Groof, Matthias. “Reflexieve ethiek in Renzo Martens’ episode iii (enjoy poverty)”, in Ethische Perspectieven, KUL, Peeters, 25: 3, 2015, p 243 – 251

De Groof, Matthias. “Le Glas, comment sonne-t-il?”, in Décadrages. Cinéma, à travers champs, n° 29-30 (François Bovier et Cédric Fluckiger, éd., “René Vautier”), printemps 2015, Lausanne, pp. 31-44
De Groof, Matthias & Symons, Stéphane (eds). “Close-Up: John Akomfrah and the Black Audio Film Collective”, in Black Camera, An International Film Journal, Vol. 6 no. 2 (Spring 2015), 52-162

 

 

De Groof, Matthias & Symons, Stéphane. “The Muses of the Black Audio Film Collective and Smoking Dogs Films”, in Black Camera, An International Film Journal, Vol. 6 no. 2 (Spring 2015), 52-57

 

 

De Groof, Matthias & Symons, Stéphane. “Memory and Creative Forgetfulness in The Nine Muses”, in Black Camera, An International Film Journal, Vol. 6 no. 2 (Spring 2015),147-153

 

 

De Groof, Matthias. “Le Stuart Hall Project : une conversation inachevé”, in Dossier Filmer à tout prix, Causes Toujours, La revue trimestrielle du GSARA, 2015.

 

 

De Groof, Matthias. “Niet over, Maar in De Strijd”, in Rekto:Verso Tijdschrift voor Cultuur en Kritiek Juni-September: 67, no. Verzetje Hoger (2015)

 

 

2014

De Groof, Matthias. “Can a Film Be a Ritual? On the Possibility of Reatualistic Cinema,” in International Conference on Philosophy and Film eProceedings Volume 1, 2014, edited Susana Viegas and Maria Teresa Teixeira, 2015, p186-197)

 

 

2013

De Groof, Matthias. “Postcolonial cinema studies”, in Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, vol 34, issue 2, June 2013

 

 

De Groof, M. “Signalement: In and Out of Brussels”, in Rekto:Verso, n°56, 2013
De Groof, M. “How Text Reflects on Context. Representation of African film audiences in Aristotle’s Plot”, Journal of African Cinema, Volume 5, Issue 2, October 2013
De Groof, M. “Rouch’s Reflexive Turn, Indigenous Film as the Outcome of Reflexivity in Ethnographic Film”, in Visual Anthropology, 26: 1–23, 2013

 

 

2012

De Groof, M. Deep Focus: Jean-Pierre Bekolo’s films in the context of African cinema, Universiteit Antwerpen (Belgium), 2012, 260 pages; Proquest, 3535433

 

 

De Groof, M. Grey Matter, interview with Kivu Ruhorahoza, in FilmAfrica, The Royal African Society and SOAS, 26 October 2012

 

 

De Groof, M. “JAMAN – DiARTgonale Special Edition #1”, edited by Schemmel, A and Dijkman, M., Enough Room for Space, 2012
De Groof, M. “Intriguing African Storytelling”, in Storytelling in World Cinemas: Narrative Forms and Contexts, L. Khatib, Editor, Wallflower Press (Columbia University Press): New York, 2012

2011

De Groof, M. “Spectres”, in Zomerlijn Rekto:Verso, 2011

 

2010

De Groof, M. “Black Film Label – Negritude and Cinema” in Third Text, vol. 24, Issue 2, March, 2010, 249-262

 

 

De Groof, M. “De Congo-nostalgie van de VRT.” In dossier: Congo 50 jaar onafhankelijk. Mo* Mondiaal Nieuws no. 922 (43), 6 sept 2010

 

 

De Groof, M. “De Congo-nostalgie van de VRT”, in Rekto:Verso, Nr. 43 september-oktober 2010

 

 

De Groof, M. “Statues Also Die – but their death is not the final word”, in Image [&] Narrative, Vol. 11, no 1, 2010

 

 

De Groof, M. “Poor Enjoyment” in Dhaenens, L., Van Gelder, H. (2010). Kunstkritiek: standpunten rond beeldende kunsten uit België en Nederland in een internationaal perspectief (1985-2010). Tielt: LannooCampus.

 

 

2009

De Groof, Matthias. Assimilation of cinematographic techniques by African filmmakers. In order to be not assimilated? A Plea for Anthropophagy, online publication in MediaModes. School of Visual Arts : New York, 2009
De Groof, M. “Poor Enjoyment”, in Rekto:Verso, n°36, 2009

2008

De Groof, M. “Self-Images in Postcolonial West- and Central Africa: An explorative research into the African and European Cinematographic Representation in a Comparative Perspective”, in Democracy, Journalism and Technology: New Developments in an Enlarged Europe. The Intellectual Work of Ecrea’s 2008 European Media and Communication Doctoral Summer School, N. Carpentier, Editor, Tartu University Press: Tartu, 2008
De Groof, Matthias. “Animal Love; Ezra ; Faro, la Reine des Eaux ; Forbidden Zone ; Munyurangabo ; Pale Peko Bantu Mambo Ayikosake ; The Island; The Mask; Vase de noces; 4 months, 3 weeks & 2 days ; Il va pleuvoir sur Conacry ; Technocalyps; …” in Online filmtijdschrift: K.U.T.-site, 2006-8

2005

De Groof, Matthias. « Les forces et faiblesses du powerpoint », La Savate, n°313, 12 décembre 2005

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