AFRIFF REVIEWS: The Gold Coast Lounge

Pascal Aka’s The Gold Coast Lounge works the trend, embedding a Ghanian crime story within the film noir style of 1940s Hollywood. It adds an authentic Africanness to the dreamy…

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AFRIFF REVIEWS: Rattlesnakes
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AFRIFF REVIEWS: Rattlesnakes

The film is based on Graham Farrow’s acclaimed stage play of the same title and written and directed by Ghanian-British director, Julius Amedume. It won the Best Film by an…

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AFRIFF REVIEWS: Knuckle City

Tragedy, Arthur Miller wrote seventy years ago, is the consequence of a man’s total compulsion to evaluate himself justly. Nigerian comedians who insist on acting careers might do well to…

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AFRIFF Reviews: For Sama

“We’re overthrowing Bashar even if only on the walls. We’re the free students of Aleppo.” - A Syrian student Even if you are apathetic to the news, chances are you…

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