A new film explores the perspectives of Sudanese-American artists navigating their relationships and responsibilities to the revolution back home.
Med Hondo (1936-2019) was Morgan Freeman and Eddie Murphy in French. His first film premiered at Cannes in 1970. And in 1979 he wrote a manifesto: “What is the cinema for us?”
2019 marks the twentieth anniversary of Chad’s first feature film, ‘Bye Bye Africa.’