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Karim El-Hakim and Omar Shargawi's new documentary tells the story of Tahrir Square.
Think Africa Press speaks to Malika Zouhali-Worrall, director of an award-winning documentary about Ugandan gay rights activists.
The Apea brothers' new film tells a witty and original tale of exploitation from a lively variety of perspectives.
Fifty years on, The Battle of Algiers remains an unsurpassed film of revolution and guerrilla warfare, a landmark of African cinema.
The Athlete is a remarkable Ethiopian film that challenges Western portrayals of Africa as a lost continent.
Sara Blecher's astonishing documentary is committed to understanding its subjects' lives on their own terms.
A powerful Ghanaian documentary highlights the plight of the 'witches' of Gambaga.
Djo Tunda wa Munga's latest film is not just a racy thriller, it is part of the director's attempt to build Congolese cinema up from scratch.
Nollywood has the power to challenge the patriarchal narratives that it currently reinforces.

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