: FESTAC '77 : 2nd World Black and African Festival of Arts and Culture
. Decomposed, an-arranged and reproduced by Chimurenga ; misdirections in music by Ntone Edjabe.
[Cape Town] : Chimurenga ; [London] : Afterall Books, 2019. (445 p.)
--FESTAC: The Second World Black and African Festival of Arts and Culture: A Partial Documentation
. By Abdul Alkalimat.
This website is a digital collection of official documents handed to participants, some of the papers presented, video documentaries, and articles written about FESTAC.
--"Culture in Action: Dialogues on the Future of a Common Black Identity," May 23, 1977
. Audio recording, 92 minutes in length
. By Charlie Cobb. (Minnesota Public Radio Archive, Minneapolis, MN) Black scholars from Africa, Latin America and the United States discuss prospects for a united black movement. The scholars were in Africa for FESTAC 77, Lagos, Nigeria.
--First World Festival of Negro Arts
. Directed and written by William Greaves ; a production of the Motion Picture and Television Service of the United States Information Agency.
New York, N.Y. : Distributed by WIlliam Greaves Productions, 2005.
: Murphy, David. The First World Festival of Negro Arts, Dakar 1966 : contexts and legacies
. Liverpool : Liverpool University Press, 2016. (224 p.)
--Festival panafricain d'Alger: film culte et méconnu! ; Eldridge Cleaver, black panther
. Un film de William Klein. [France] : Arte Editions, 
: All-African Cultural Festival (1st : 1969 : Algiers, Algeria) 1er festival culturel panafricain, Alger, 1969
. Textes réunis et présentés par Omar Mokhtari. [Alger] : Éditions Actualité Algérie, . (310 p.)
. Sony Pictures Classics ; DASFilms Ltd. presents ; an Antidote Films production of ; a film by Jeffrey Levy-Hinte ; produced and directed by Jeffrey Levy-Hinte ; produced by David Sonenberg, Leon Gast. [United States] : Sony Pictures Home Entertainment,