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Ousmane Sembènes Black Girl Turns 50By A. O. SCOTT MAY 17, 2016The Senegalese director Ousmane Sembène, habitually described as the father ofAfrican cinema, was a lifelong critic of patriarchy. An avowedly political artist hehad been a labor organizer and a novelist before turning to filmmaking Mr.Sembène grounded his attacks on colonial oppression and post-independencecorruption and compromise in a feminism that could be both subtle and blunt.When women progress, society progresses, he remarked late in his career he died in 2007 and the suffering and stoicism of women figure in all phases of hiswork. His penultimate feature, Faat-Kiné (2001), is the portrait of a defiantlyindependent entrepreneur in Dakar, Senegal, a single mother who refuses themelodramatic options of pity or shame that would have been her conventionalcinematic fate. Mr. Sembènes final movie, the indelible Moolaadé (2004),followed a group of women in a rural village organizing to stop the traditionalpractice of genital cutting. The empathy and the radicalism that animate those filmswere present much earlier, in Black Girl, his first feature, which begins a weeklongrun at BAM Rose Cinemas on Wednesday before its release on DVD by Criterion.