As Muslims around the world celebrated the end of Ramadan last week, Egyptian religious authorities were still fuming over a host of titillating talkshows broadcast during the holy month on state-run…
With a thriving film industry churning out an average of two feature films a day, Nigerians are used to seeing themselves on the bigscreen.
The producers of a Swedish reality TV show have paid reparations to a Namibian ethnic minority group after they were accused by rights orgs of exploitation and a lack of respect.
With the release of his feature film "Otto: The Bloodbath" earlier this year, Kenyan director Joseph Kinuthia had hoped to probe traditional Kenyan beliefs about the dead -- to "examine the…
Godfrey Mwampembwa may be the most feared man in Kenya. Ask a random sampling of the country's peevish politicians, and he's certainly the most hated.
In a country whose cinematic culture is hardly a decade old, Rwanda's burgeoning film industry has slowly found its place on the international festival circuit.