Cinema in Sudan: Conversations with Gadalla Gubara
Cinema in Sudan: conversations with Gadalla Gubara is a French 2008 documentary film.
This documentary portrays a great Sudanese filmmaker, Gadalla Gubara (1920-2008), one of the pioneers of cin...
Welcome to Nollywood
Welcome to Nollywood is a 2007 documentary film directed by Jamie Meltzer, which premiered at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, and also played at the Avignon Film Festival and the Melbourne ...
Parlons Grand-mère
Parlons Grand-mère is a Senegalese 1989 short documentary film.Djibril Diop Mambéty followed and filmed the shooting of Yaaba, Idrissa Ouédraogo's second feature film. A documentary full of humorous ...
Motherland (film)
Motherland (እናት ሀገር ʿenathager) is a 2010 independent documentary film directed and written by Owen 'Alik Shahadah. Motherland is the sequel to the multi-award winning film 500 Years Later.
Mothe...
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Entre désir et incertitude
Entre Désir et incertitude is a Moroccan 2010 documentary film.
This is the first documentary film dedicated to Moroccan cinema; Between Desire and Uncertainty hands the microphone over to the fi...
Fictional African countries
This is a list of fictional countries that are set somewhere in the continent of Africa.
500 Years Later
500 Years Later (፭፻ ዓመታት በኋላ 500 ʿamätatə bähwala) is the title of an independent documentary film directed by Owen 'Alik Shahadah, written by M. K. Asante, Jr. released in 2005. It won five internat...
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Chouïa cinema
Chouïa cinema is a French 2003 documentary film.
Through the trials and tribulations of a location film shot in the streets of Algiers, Chouïa cinema examines the deep desire of Algerians for fi...
Cinema Is Everywhere
Cinema is Everywhere is a 2011 documentary film by writer, director and cinematographer Teal Greyhavens that weaves together three stories from India, Scotland and Tunisia, each featuring personal pe...
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African folklore
African literature is literature of and from Africa and includes oral literature (or "orature", in the term coined by Ugandan scholar Pio Zirimu).As George Joseph notes in his chapter on African liter...