Cynthia Erivo stars in this carefully-observed film that centralizes a displaced and disaffected woman’s plight in a foreign land.
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Making its world premiere at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival, ObaMAMI WATA, presents an opportunity to explore the perennial African mythological figure from which the film’s title gets its name.
Happy birthday Djibril Diop Mambéty whose feature debut, TOUKI BOUKI, celebrates its milestone 50th anniversary this year.
Concerned with the intricacies of a deeply compromised bond, Adura Onashile’s film addresses thematics of considerable proportions.
Akoroko sat down with the director and star in a conversation about creating a work that is true to the story that inspired it while shifting the perspective from which it’s generally understood.
The Black French filmmaker’s first narrative feature film, it has taken the European film scene by storm.
Might any follow in the footsteps of 2022 Sundance U.S. Grand Jury Prize winner, “Nanny”?
African feature films that premiered somewhere in the world (festivals, theatrical, or streaming releases), in 2022
A look at the three films that the Nigerian Oscar selection committee was presented with for Best International Film submission, but rejected.
Marvel’s latest entry as a point of convergence for Africa and her Diaspora, an instance of Africanfuturism, and a womanist text.