Timbuktu Is Africa’s Lone Shot At Oscars

In one of these pages, we predicted that 2015 was going to be a good year for Ugandan film. What we forgot, was to tag the African film flag, which is taking remarkable strides in the past few years. Last year, director Roger Ross Williams’ God Loves Uganda made the shortlist; there was a lot…

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Griot

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Across The King’s River: An enduring film about a personal quest for knowledge and healing

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Artist Profile: Rachid Koraïchi

Rachid Koraïchi was born in Ain Beida, Algeria, in 1947, and now lives and works in Tunisia and France. He first studied at the Institute of Fine Arts and the Superior National School of the Arts in Algeria, before moving to France to continue his studies at the National School of Decorative Arts and the…

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A Coffee Shop Made With Shipping Containers in South Africa

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