New films from Mila Turajlić salvages footage from the Yugoslavian news archives to tell a story of non-aligned internationalism against Cold War bipolarity.
Thierno Souleymane Diallo’s latest film traces his search for what is likely the first film made by a Guinean, in the process asking: how is a film culture possible when the infrastructure and institutions are lacking?
Nigeria’s 2021 submission to the Oscars probes the psychology and propaganda of militant jihadism through the eyes of two sisters.
Prince Louis Rwagasore, also known as “Burundi’s Lumumba,” has been reduced to a political tool by the country’s elite, but artists are doing his legacy justice.
A new documentary about Equatorial Guinea and the exiled writer Juan Tomás Ávila Laurel provides an honest, critical examination of the country’s political, social, and cultural issues.
Onejoon Che’s film about North Korea’s relationship to African countries suggests a unique transcontinental relationship that resists easy classification.