The German writer Norman Ohler described Johannesburg’s Ponte City, Africa’s tallest residential building, thus: “Ponte sums
It has recently been announced that Roland Joffe, (Londoner and) director of films The Mission and
John Akomfrah's 'The Nine Muses' obliquely tells the history of migration to Britain in the 1950s and 1960s.
Rumours are circulating on various Hollywood gossip and film blogs that Stringer Bell also known as
The Rwandan film, "Grey Matter," is part of prestigious traveling film exhibition, the Global Film Initiative.
In a recent article in The Guardian, Phil Hoad writes that ‘maverick’ Nigerian director Jeta Amata
Zarina Bhimji’s exhibition at The Whitechapel Gallery is the first major survey of her work, documenting
2011 was a good year for African cinema. In various cinema seats and at home, I’ve
Two events in London this year focused on female filmmakers working in African cinema. This is
In a recent video interview (first spotted on film blog Shadow and Act), Kenyan film director
At the recent Film Africa film festival in London, the new Ethiopian feature film “Atletu” (The
By Basia Lewandowska Cummings We British are very good at honoring the dead. Last Friday Prime