Another May, another champagne drenched Cannes festival. Soaked in the Riviera sun, there were a few
A film about a Sudanese migrant to America explores a general fact of contemporary existence.
In his new film ‘Le Havre’, the Finnish director Aki Kaurismäki has beautifully weaved a whimsical,
The third entry in our "classic African films" is "Come Back, Africa" by Lionel Rogosin, first released in April 1960.
Djibril Diop Mambéty's film is an excellent example of how the contemporary can be read through the (re)construction of myths and narratives from a collective memory.
In a video posted today on BBC News, the BBC’s International Development Correspondent Mark Doyle is
In a scene from October (1991) – one of Abderrahmane Sissako’s first films – a young West African
We hope to build an archive of reviews of classic films in African cinema to build
Filmmaker Amirah Tajdin and her producer sister Wafa Tajdin are currently working on their first feature,
In an astoundingly ambitious new series of 12 feature-length documentaries titled The Price of Kings (available
British football isn’t known for its compassion, and it’s already been an explosive season of racist
A coincidence? Surely not. At the same time as the Out in Africa festival in South