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Timothy Niwamanya provides an introduction to Ousmane Sembène, the first true African filmmaker and a legend of Cinema.
Katy Stewart pulls back the curtain on Mozambique's cinematic heritage of revolution and innovation.
Boukary Sawadogo provides an insight into Burkino Faso: one of the African continent's most important countries for cinema.
Mbithi Masya's strikingly original debut forces Kenya to confront its violent past through metaphor.
Revisiting the South African classic which reminds us of what life was like under apartheid.
Africa's most important film festival is fast approaching its 50th anniversary. Boukary Sawadogo suggests how it can improve and better prepare for the future.
Katy Stewart takes us on a journey through one of Africa's most overlooked national cinemas.
The Algerian masterpiece remains one of the most relevant films of our time for good reason.
What does perceived Asian racism mean for the Asian-American identity?
The Ugandan Action Comedy that became an internet sensation heralds the future of African Cinema
“Buffalo Boys” Is the Perfect Western for a Post “Crazy Rich Asians” World
Review: “Ten Years Japan” Pictures Dystopia With Hopeful Undertones
“Ten Years Thailand” Is an Abstract Take On Societal Pressures in Modern Thailand
Beyond “Crazy Rich Asians”: How Singaporean Films Highlight Grittiness, Not Glamor
The 11 Best Korean Movies of 2018
Review: “Take Point” Is an Action-Packed Critique of Political Selfishness
The 11 Best Japanese Movies of 2018
The 10 Best Chinese Movies of 2018