African storytelling in cinema is undergoing an evolution and Africans are spinning the wheels
New episodes are averaging 1.2 million views on YouTube with the first episode having being viewed 2.4 million times
Egypt's Watch iT aims to snatch audiences away from the free video-sharing giants.
The group’s biopic is being produced as a 13 part series by Legend Manqele
Overall, Nigerian moviegoers spent N434,431,431 at the cinemas in March.
With the telephone, we can communicate but we can also make films and we can even cast the light to make films
Rwandan director Joel Karekezi’s “The Mercy of the Jungle” scooped best film at Africa’s top film festival, following a fierce debate about gender equality and sexual...
Inspired by the #MeToo movement, two actresses, Ivorian, Nadège Beausson-Diagne and Azata Soro of Burkina Faso, are calling for a similar movement in the African cinema...
Malawians were never the target audience of this movie
The 2019 Fespaco was also marked by allegations of sexual abuse levelled against African filmmakers by actresses encouraged by the #MeToo movement.