The new film 'Kasala' doubles as a quasi-documentary on the Nigerian condition and will appeal to anyone who has ever felt any kind of poverty.
#Goals. The friendship of the poets Syl Cheney-Coker and Niyi Osundare is the subject of a new road movie documentary.
Wolof-centered television may be a beacon of hope for Senegal’s waning cinema culture.
Artists played central roles in the protest movement that ended dictatorship in Burkina Faso.
Dare Olaitan’s film Ojukokoro gets some room to breathe in New York, after being stifled at the box office in Lagos.
Burkinabe filmmaker Idrissa Ouédraogo was a singular talent in African cinema. His films championed marginalized people and cultures.
How the celebrated film Black Panther stacks up in its depiction of decolonized African feminism.
Solomon Mahlangu was a famed liberation fighter in South Africa hanged by Apartheid in 1979. His legacy is the subject of a new film.
Why is the cultural life of Black Panther's Wakanda so devoid of its own, special brand of artifacts, fashion and language?
Long before Walter Rodney wrote 'How Europe Underdeveloped Africa,' he was profoundly shaped by his studies in Jamaica.
“A Hotel Called Memory” concerns itself with elements of mood and scene and downplays aspects relating to plot or story.
The first, unsettling moment in director Aryan Kaganof’s “Metalepsis in Black” comes early as the film depicts academics and student activists strolling into an anonymous conference room to prepare for
You are bound to be inundated by all manner of readings of “Isoken,” Jadesola Osiberu’s new Nollywood rom-com, the majority of them feminist.
“What are the ingredients that make up a life?” wonders filmmaker Eva Munyiri at the beginning
Inseparable from the photographic images of world-renowned South African photographer David Goldblatt, are values. Values, like
An in-depth look at the life and times of Winnie Mandela largely in her own words.
The mass murder of Nama and Herero by German colonists is now the subject of a documentary by the South African director, Vincent Moloi.
In Kisangani, the third largest city of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and the capital
When he was fifteen, the Gabonese Luc Bendza embarked on his life journey to China to
Obinna Ukwuani, the MIT graduate and self-described “education entrepreneur” wasn’t born in Nigeria, but claims a