Beyond nostalgia, Africa Film Society is brewing a vibrant community of film enthusiasts at an intriguing period in African cinematic history
Whether you’re completing the edits on your debut short film or looking for a new audience for your student documentary, the following African film festivals are good places you should consider sending your work too.
Captivated by the kung-fu masters in the movies, a young Gabonese sets off for China to learn the sacred art. Years later, in 1985, he becomes the Shaolin Temple’s very first Black master.
The 2017 documentary, This Land, directed by Miki Redelinghuys narrows in on the people of Makhasaneni in KwaZulu-Natal and their struggle … More
The film released early in 2017, uses the Sankofa motif, to stitch a ripple in time and transports you to the 1960’s, when the movement was at its peak in post-colonial Ghana.
Funding is where many dreams go to die. Well, not necessarily. However, the success of your artistic project does hinge … More
It’s been a while but Super 16 is back. For those of you unfamiliar, Super 16 is a monthly list … More
Against the constant humming of motorbike engines in the pastel grey skies of the Sahel-Sahara, a group of young women … More
When it comes to African film, there is one festival on the circuit you don’t want to miss. Every two … More
Super 16 is a portal that transports you to the wonderful world of African storytelling through the grainy magic of … More