Some African movies I still want to see

I have become a big fan of African cinema - well, not all the movies, but the really good ones. I have bought a bunch of Ghanaian and South African movies in the last couple of years. You can also search for many African movies at the Fienipa site.

Here are some others I wanna buy and watch.

Movie: Africa United
Country: Rwanda

Movie: Figurine
Country: South Africa

Movie: From a Whisper
Country: Kenya

Togetherness Supreme
Country: Kenya

Seasons of a Life
Country: Malawi

Teza
Country: Ethiopia

Movie: Rwanda, Le Jour Où Dieu est Parti en Voyage (Rwanda, the Day God Went on a Trip)
Country: Rwanda

Movie: Beat the drum
Country: South Africa

Movie: Mafrika
Country: South Africa/Netherlands

Movie: Relentless
Country: Nigeria


Comments

Anonymous said…
what about Bamako? Have u seen that one.. there's a trailer on youtube.
Emily Cavan said…
Thanks for these suggestions! You might also be interested to know that the feature film "Matiere Grise" or "Gray Matter" by Kivu Ruhorahoza from Rwanda has been selected in the main competition of the Tribeca Film Festival, launching in New York from April 20 - May 1.
Myne Whitman said…
The Figurine is actually Nigerian. I want to watch it too, and Relentless.
MIghTy African said…
Thanks for the suggestion Emily. Will look for it. How can we watch the movie?

Yes o! @Myne
Leah Warshawski said…
Hello! We have a new trailer and campaign for a film we have been making for the last 4 years that seems like it would be of interest to you! I would appreciate your thoughts and help to spread the word so we can finish the film this year and get it out into the world! Please check it out at:
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/365442215/film-festival-rwanda-a-documentary-film
Thanks so much!
Leah Warshawski
Executive Producer | "Film Festival: Rwanda" documentary
leah@inflatablefilm.com

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