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‘Cold Case Hammarskjöld’ Film Review: Formless Documentary Tackles Two Topics, Reveals Little About Either (

Toronto Film Festival Adds Documentaries From Alex Gibney, Barbara Kopple, Bryce Dallas Howard (

What to Watch on 4th of July Weekend: A TV Viewing Guide (

Disney+ Signs ‘Chef’s Table’ Producers to Overall Deal, First Nonfiction Pact for Streaming Service (

‘RBG,’ ‘Free Solo,’ ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor?’ Land Producers Guild Awards Documentary Nominations (

Kenyan High Court Lifts Ban on Lesbian Love Story ‘Rafiki,’ Making Film Eligible for Oscars (

Starz Acquires Matt Tyrnauer’s ‘Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood’ and 8 Other Docs (

Terry Gilliam’s Epically Troubled ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote:’ A Brief History (

‘The World Is Yours’ Film Review: Romain Gavras’ Pop Comedy Is an Absolute Blast (

‘Rafiki’ Film Review: African Gay Romance Is a First for Cannes (

Ava DuVernay, Kristen Stewart Join Cate Blanchett on 2018 Cannes Film Festival Jury (

Zoe Saldana Calls Out Hollywood ‘Elitists’ Who Look Down on Marvel Films (

Nigerian cinema fans celebrate Black Panther release (

‘Black Panther’ Review Roundup: Marvel Fans ‘Won’t Want Experience to End’ (

South Africa:The Last Jedi Rakes in R10 Million in Local Cinema

[News24Wire] In a stunning South African box office haul, Disney's Star Wars: The Last Jedi raked in close to R10m. (

D-Box theaters launch in South Africa (

Geoffrey Rush Steps Down As President of Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (

Oscars’ Governors Awards Party in the Shadow of Hollywood’s Dark Times (

AFM: Nigerian Exhibitors Ready to Expand as Economy Grows

Roaring out of the gate at the start of the year on the heels of a record-breaking 2016, Nigerian exhibitors look to have shaken off the economic slump that’s slowed Africa’s largest economy since early last year. “We’re seeing a lot of growth in the sector, both from the distribution and the cinema side,” says […] (

Why China and Other Overseas Markets Couldn’t Save This Summer’s Dismal Box Office (

Hollywood’s Summer of Dog Days: Box Office Down 12 Percent (

Angola: Angolan Singer Pleased With Homage

[ANGOP] Luanda -Angolan singer Érica Nelumba Monday welcomed the tribute to be paid to her on Saturday at the Atlântico cinema in Luanda by the organizations África Cultura for her contribution to the promotion and valorization of Angolan urban popular music. (

China Now Has More Movie Screens Than US (

Congo-Brazzaville: The Slow but Steady Rise of New African Cinemas

[Balancing Act] London -There has been a slow but steady increase in the number of cinemas in Africa, starting from a very low base. Last week we covered Filmhouse in Nigeria and in Cote d'Ivoire in 2015, 3 new cinemas were opened by a young local entrepreneur Jean-Marc Bejani. We also relayed the launch of CanalOlympia cinemas across West Africa. This week we look at the rise in cinema attendances at a new cinema in Congo Brazzaville called MTN Movies House. (

Bill Skarsgard’s Pennywise Made ‘It’ Child Actors Cry on Set (

Cannes’ Day of Judgment Nears: What Will Make the Cut? (

Amy Schumer, Goldie Hawn Do Vegas Standup for ‘Snatched’ (

African Cinemas Make Comeback With Private Funding (

Africa: 'Moonlight' Success Stirs Hope for African Cinema

[RFI] "Moonlight's" surprise best picture win at this year's Oscars stunned audiences across the globe and silenced critics of the Academy's lack of diversity. In Africa, the low-budget film has fueled expectations for the continent's own film industry, as the biggest cinema festival Fespaco gets underway in Burkina Faso. (

Berlin: European Film Market Throws Spotlight on African Content

While African filmmakers have long struggled to reach audiences outside the continent — even more so at prestigious showcases like the Berlinale — organizers are introducing a new initiative to put cinema from sub-Saharan Africa front and center during this year’s European Film Market (EFM) in Berlin. Attached to the historic Martin-Gropius-Bau, the Berlinale Africa Hub will... Read more » (

Oscars Documentary Race: It’s All About Blurred Lines (

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Black Movie remains the only film-related event that echoes a cosmopolitan Geneva: a contemporary festival reflecting the amazing diversity and wealth of movies from Africa, Asia and South-America.

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African movies showing young talent in music and movies depicting the African culture past and present. Free African film previews to see online and reviews to read.


MediaRights is a community organization dedicated to maximizing the impact of social-issue documentaries and shorts. We help adult and youth filmmakers reach audiences, educators and librarians bring films into their curricula and nonprofits and activists integrate media into their campaigns.

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Pan African Film & Arts Festival is the largest and most prestigious Black Film Festival in North America. It is also the largest Black History Month event in the United States, with over 150 new industry and independent Black films and more than 100 fine artists and craftspeople from the United States, Africa, Europe, the Caribbean, South America, the South Pacific and Canada. In addition to films and artists, PAFF showcases musicians, poets, storytellers and performance artists.

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Images of Black Women is an international film festival celebrating and promoting African Caribbean women on screen and behind.

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Films from Africa and the African diaspora

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New York Annual African Diaspora Film Festival


Panafrican Film and Television Festival of Ouagadougou (FESPACO) is the largest African film festival.

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Since 1991, the "African Film Festival" has been held in Milan in March for a period of seven days. In 2004 the Festival took the name of African, Asian and Latin American Film Festival, extending the selection to include films from these three continents. Parallel events, or taking place immediately afterwards, are scheduled in other Italian cities.

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