British-Nigerian photographer Misan Harriman, renowned for his evocative portraits, spoke to Akoroko about his ventures into filmmaking, marking his directorial debut with a Netflix-backed short starring David Oyelowo.
Effiong shares insights on the post-release ride of his feature directorial debut, global recognition, and his bustling future endeavors.
The developments from the Summit herald a promising future for the Kenyan film industry, with substantial economic, cultural, and social benefits anticipated for the country.
Netflix is ramping up its investment in South Africa, unveiling a slate of original series and films, and multi-title partnerships with local filmmakers.
The top streamer says it’s committed to the long-term development of African film and TV industries.
Netflix and UNESCO teamed up to give six African filmmakers US$90,000 each, to produce six short films.
MultiChoice to relaunch Showmax, powered by NBCUniversal’s Peacock technology platform, along with content from NBCUniversal and Sky.
A continuation of the award-winning television saga reimagined for film.
“Country Queen” is a very Kenyan story with universal themes that should make it globally accessible.