Something Necessary is an intimate moment in the lives of Anne and Joseph. A woman struggling to rebuild her life after the civil unrest that swept Kenya after the 2007 elections.
Abila (14) lives in one of the most miserable slums in Africa. His girlfriend Shiku belongs to a different tribe, as the result of which he is not really allowed to fraternize with her. And then one drunken night his father gambles away his own soul.
A young filmmaker is looking for money to make his first film, but is unsuccessful due to its bleak subject. Grey Matter delivers its message through blurring the lines between Balthazar's reality and scenes from his film.
This true story follows the journey of a sacred stone belonging to the Kwanyama people of northern Namibia and southern Angola.
A haunting ode to the wisdom of the Bambara ancestors in short vignettes.
Gog’Helen is a truly South African action comedy, telling a wacky tale of Gog’Helen, a seemingly typical township granny who is not afraid of anyone
Set during the 1980s Matabeleland massacres in Zimbabwe at the hands of Mugabe’s 5th Brigade, The Tunnel follows young Elizabeth, nicknamed “Rabbit” because of her love of making up tall stories.
Evoking the thrill and suspense of the noir genre, private eye Dicke Dibe enters the shadowy corridors of His Majesty’s Building to uncover the mysterious murder of Freddie.
In our new segment "What are they saying?", we take to the streets to find out what regular Nigerians think about Nigeria now being the biggest economy in Africa.