A season celebrating Egyptian master filmmaker Youssef Chahine and his eclectic and energetic cinema that reflects the lives of ordinary Egyptians. Curated by Elhum Shakerifar at BFI Southbank.
AUGURE (OMEN, DRC), GOODBYE JULIA (Sudan), KADIB ABYAD (THE MOTHER OF ALL LIES, Morocco), LES MEUTES (THE HOUNDS, Morocco) all take home honors.
In an interview with Deadline, actor Idris Elba and media mogul Mo Abudu share their passion and vision for bringing authentic and diverse African stories and talent to the world.
A new report from the ACP-EU Culture program highlights the emergence of a new generation of African documentary filmmakers, who are telling the immediate story of the continent through their own eyes, tackling taboo subjects and increasing the visibility of African cinema on the international stage.
After spending 40 years making documentaries, Cameroonian filmmaker Jean-Marie Teno is looking to pass on his knowledge to the next generation.
Schwarze Filmschaffende e.V. is the collective. The three films in question are MEASURES OF MEN, SENECA, AND HELT SUPER!
Bursting with symbolism, this fascinating and sometimes unsettling film leaves the viewer with an uneasy feeling.
The top streamer says it’s committed to the long-term development of African film and TV industries.
The time has come for speculation to begin about what to expect from the line-up of one of the most prestigious (“Big Five”) film festivals in the world
Special screenings in Namibia, ahead of the film’s German release, inspired much conversation, including some heated debate and calls to action