2019 marks the twentieth anniversary of Chad's first feature film, 'Bye Bye Africa.'
Next month former president Hissène Habré, who ruled my native Chad from June 7, 1982 to
Five years ago, I wrote, “It is unlikely that Habré will ever have his day in
Bamako doesn’t feel like the capital of a country at war. True, people are stressed, and
A film about a Sudanese migrant to America explores a general fact of contemporary existence.
In recent weeks media coverage of African criminals and their victims have been dominated by capture
An interview with the makers of ‘Quel Souvenir,’ a film about an oil pipeline between Chad and Cameroon
Twelve years after ground was first broken on an oil pipeline between Chad and Cameroon, the
There’s still time left to recognize Chad’s Independence Day today, and keeping with our regular feature,
As the report by Al Jazeera English, above, indicates, being black in Libya, always a precarious
[vimeo=http://vimeo.com/11709615 w=500&h=281&rel=0] Africa has come to Cannes. First up is the documentary, Benda Bilili!, screening as
This is for real: Chadian authorities summarily expelled a Cameroonian-born journalist from the country on Wednesday,