A quick review of films showing at two festivals with a focus on gay people: The Out in Africa Festival and the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival.
Writing gays and lesbians into the political and social history of South Africa – a history from which LGBT people are so often obscured and ignored.
Can a belief be condemned as immoral? Or must we accept cultural difference, and merely condemn the acts that follow as a consequence?
The 2012 edition of the Berlinale includes a number of films from Africa or with African themes.
John Akomfrah’s ‘The Nine Muses’ obliquely tells the history of migration to Britain in the 1950s and 1960s.
The Rwandan film, “Grey Matter,” is part of prestigious traveling film exhibition, the Global Film Initiative.
A Nollywood director has reached the dizzying heights of Hollywood, and all the famous names that come with it. What can happen?
Puma created new kits for African teams ahead of the 2012 African Cup of Nations. At first sight, it looks exciting. Up close, the designers stuck to conservative.
Maldoror on filmmaking: “To make a film means to take a position … I make films so that people—no matter what race or color they are—can understand them.”