Of Ignorance and Jenifa’s Diary

  Uzoma Ihejirika What happens when a young, uneducated but determined woman journeys to Lagos where she hopes to find her pot of gold? Until recently I didn’t care about “Jenifa’s Diary”, the Nigerian TV comedy series. I’m using the word…

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.

On the Place of African Cinema at European Festivals

Oris Aigbokhaevbolo Oris Aigbokhaevbolo investigates the politics of inclusion (and exclusion) of African movies at The Berlin Film Festival, highlighting Nollywood’s commercial approach to film-making and the problems it poses. The opening sentence of an article in a recent edition…

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