[Review] Tu Know Ma Life: TV Comes to the Web

Dzekashu MacViban The notoriety of the web serial keeps growing as years pass, and more independent directors are drawn to the internet as a medium which provides experimental and more targeted dissemination models for streaming shows which are cheap and…

Eka Christa and the New School of Cameroonian Cinema

Dzekashu MacViban profiles Eka Christa, showing how her style eschews stereotypical narratives and goes for stories which are simple, delirious, funny, and highly reflective of the Cameroonian society.

Sex as Soft Currency; Another Look at Bekolo’s Les Saignantes

Les Saignantes, as a social comment, is music to the ears of doomsayers and a requiem to those with high hopes for the future…

Le Blanc d’Eyenga 2 and the Burden of a Sequel

Dzekashu MacViban One of the most anticipated movie sequels in Cameroon perhaps delivers as much as it falls short. Thierry Ntamack (middle)     The desire to leave Cameroon for greener pastures, an issue which is ingeniously documented in the…

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