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Ezra
The first film to give an African perspective on the disturbing phenomenon of abducting child soldiers into the continent's recent civil wars. It was awarded the Grand Prize at the 2007 Festival Panafricain du Cinema a Ouagadougou (FESPACO), Africa's largest and most prestigious film event, and was selected for the…
Hustler - Mapantsula
The first anti-apartheid feature film by, for and about black South Africans. Filmed inside Soweto, scored to the urban beat of "Township Jive," MAPANTSULA has been called a South African The Harder They Come. MAPANTSULA tells the story of Panic, a petty gangster who inevitably becomes caught up in the…
Lamb
This remarkable feature debut tells the story of young Ephraim, a half-Jewish, Ethiopian boy who is sent by his father to live among distant relatives after his mother's death. Ephraim uses his cooking skills to carve out a place among his cousins, but when his uncle decides that his beloved…
Yeelen
This adaptation of an ancient oral legend from Mali, is one the most acclaimed and widely seen African films ever made. An Oedipal story mixed with magic, Yeelen is as visually stunning as anything from Hollywood. Set in the powerful Mali Empire of the 13th century, Yeelen follows the journey…
White Shadow
In this stylish Ryan Gosling-produced drama, Alias, a young albino boy, goes on the run when witch doctors arrive to harvest his organs for their potions. Winner of the Luigi De Laurentiis Award at the Venice Film Festival. Nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. Nominated…
Faat Kine
In FAAT KINE, Ousmane Sembene, the unquestioned father of African cinema, calls his fellow Africans to a reckoning of the post-independence era at the beginning of a new century. At 77, he sums up 40 years of path-breaking filmmaking with a penetrating analysis of the interplay of gender, economics and…
Dreams of Dust
Mocktar, a Nigerien peasant, comes looking for work in Essakane, a dusty gold mine in Northeast Burkina Faso, Africa, where he hopes to forget the past that haunts him. In Essakane, he quickly finds out, the gold rush ended twenty years before, and the inhabitants of this strange timeless wasteland…
A Dance for the Heroes - Finzan
A film which raises one of the most important issues of African rural life, the status of women, in a style accessible to every villager. FINZAN tells the story of two women's rebellion. Nanyuma, a young widow defies her brother-in-law, the village fool, when he asserts his traditional right to…
Karmen Gei
A retelling of the celebrated "Carmen" myth set in contemporary Senegal to African music and dance. Like every Carmen, Karmen Gei is about the conflict between infinite desire for freedom and the laws, conventions, languages, the human limitations which constrain that desire. Director Joseph Gai Ramaka writes: "Carmen is a…
Maami
Part of the Series: Nigerian Feature Film Collection
Single parent, Maami, and her young son are desperately poor. Gifted with a living heart, enterprising spirit and brave soul, she is the centre of her son's world, until he longs for the father he has never known - a man with a terrible secret. Set over a two-day period,…
The Narrow Path
Part of the Series: Nigerian Feature Film Collection
Awero chooses between suitors but a haunting experience, expectations of family and culture turn her wedding night into a nightmare. Storm clouds gather as she is forced to walk a thin line between honor and shame, carrying the resourcefulness of African womanhood and the fate of communities in a fragile…
The Saworoide
Part of the Series: Nigerian Feature Film Collection
Lapite, the King-elect of Jogbo has decided to enrich himself on ascending the throne. He eliminates all opposition by sending hired killers or by harassing them into exile. His rival Adebomi is killed and Ayangalu, the official drummer has escaped into exile. He takes a new wife and embarks on…