A fierce, homegrown anti-gay movement and a vastly outnumbered LGBT community confront each other in Uganda to uncertain and unsettling results in "Call Me Kuchu."
A pan-African co-production that's set to lense in Uganda is recasting an Italian classic in a contemporary African setting.
In a big pre-emptive buy, New Regency has acquired "Business Trip," a comedy pitch from "The Pursuit of Happyness" scribe Steve Conrad.
Uma Thurman will topline indie drama "Girl Soldier" for Caspian Pictures, portraying a cleric who helped rescue 140 schoolgirls abducted in Uganda.
A rambunctious, stylish shout-out from Uganda, "Divizionz" marks an entirely fresh alternative to every dominant trend in African filmmaking.
In South Africa, Jaco Espach is your film production go-to guy. The veteran location manager is on a roll, having wrapped "Catch a Fire" earlier this year after working on 2006 foreign-language…
When producer Lisa Bryer optioned the novel "The Last King of Scotland" years ago, she expected that if it was ever filmed, it would shoot in South Africa, which has a filmmaking infrastructure…
"ABC Africa," which takes place amid the children's hospitals and orphanages of AIDS-stricken, war-ravaged Uganda, is an unfettered examination of children's issues that dates back to Abbas…
Struggle for existence insofar as a native tribe is concerned is leisurely told in Man of Africa, a semi-documentary filmed in the more remote parts of Uganda. To the picture's credit it eschews the…
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