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Film Africa 2012 Arrives in London
For 10 days at the start of November, London will be treated to 70 African films as well as music nights, workshops and Q&As with leading directors.
Review: ½ Revolution
Karim El-Hakim and Omar Shargawi's new documentary tells the story of Tahrir Square.
Call Me Kuchu: An Interview with the Director
Think Africa Press speaks to Malika Zouhali-Worrall, director of an award-winning documentary about Ugandan gay rights activists.
Elmina: The Genius of Multiple Perspective
The Apea brothers' new film tells a witty and original tale of exploitation from a lively variety of perspectives.
Review: The Battle of Algiers
Fifty years on, The Battle of Algiers remains an unsurpassed film of revolution and guerrilla warfare, a landmark of African cinema.
The Athlete: One Story Among Many
The Athlete is a remarkable Ethiopian film that challenges Western portrayals of Africa as a lost continent.
Soweto Surfing: the Subaltern Speaks
Sara Blecher's astonishing documentary is committed to understanding its subjects' lives on their own terms.
Exorcising Witchcraft in Ghana
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 and the Femme Fatale
Nollywood has the power to challenge the patriarchal narratives that it currently reinforces.
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