Upcoming Sierra Leonean-American filmmaker, Nikyatu Jusu, has released the trailer of her new feature film, Flowers, which she wrote and directed with Yvonne Michelle Shirley.
Action movie star and former Governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger, is famous for being a “tough guy”. A recent encounter with a wild elephant in South Africa proves that even “The Terminator” will run away when he finds his match.
A new documentary titled, ‘In the Life: Scrap Metal Men’, follows the routine of two Ghanaian scrap metal dealers as they go about their business.
After many years as an actor in the Nigerian movie industry, Ugo Tuvi James relocated to South Africa where he continues to work as an actor and producer. In this interview, he reveals his plans to foster working relations between Nollywood and other film industries on the continent.
The government of Tanzania has denounced a documentary about violent attacks on albinos in the country, claiming the film is sensational, inaccurate and ignores the efforts taken to counteract this phenomenon
Today we are crushing on the dynamic, bold and powerful Akosua Adoma Owusu (31), a 2013 Africa Movie Academy Awards winner and American avant-garde filmmaker born to Ghanaian parents
Jean-Pierre Bekolo is an accomplished Cameroonian filmmaker who is known to be one of Africa’s boldest and unconventional voices. Here, he shares his thoughts on the relationship between Africa and Europe and what kind of future for Africa this association could result in
It’s onwards and upwards for Abderrahmane Sissako’s epic film ‘Timbuktu’ which looks at the brief occupation of Timbuktu, Mali by Islamist militants. In addition to an Oscar nomination, the film took seven awards at the 40th Cesar Awards including best film and best director
The annual Sundance Film Festival in Park City, US, is the world’s largest independent film festival. This year, the festival is screening two African films, the first one being a documentary about the ‘the father of African cinema’, Ousmane Sembene