"If Leni Riefenstahl
had done nothing but visit Africa and bring back her photographs, her place in history would be secure." Kevin Brownlow When she was in her early sixties, Leni Riefenstahl began traveling frequently to the African continent, where she has worked
on various film and photography projects over the last half century. Her favorite destination was in Sudan, where she lived with and photographed the Nuba tribespeople, learning their language and becoming their friend. The Nuba were a loving
and peaceful people who welcomed Riefenstahl as one of their own. Her images of the Nuba, as well as of the Dinka, Shilluk, Masai, and other tribes, are gathered in this monumental book. Riefenstahl remembers
her experiences in Africa as the happiest moments in her life. Her beautiful, skilled photographs represent a landmark in the extraordinary career of the 20th century's most unforgettable artistic pioneer. Interview by Kevin...