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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
Could the record-breaking American superhero blockbuster be a game-changer for African Cinema?
All-too relevant Ghanaian drama proves that the past has too much power over the present.
This absurd Zambian comedy skewers those who can’t be bothered to call out injustice because it doesn’t affect them.
The filmmaking duo behind ' Five Fingers for Marseilles' discuss the decade-long journey of bringing South Africa's first Western to the screen.
The film transplants the Western genre to South Africa, offering an allegory for colonialism's damaging influence on African nations.
Marcus Filipello, a UW Milwaukee history professor, analyzes this documentary on the Congo by Peck (best known for the Oscar-nominated "I Am Not Your Negro")