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Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje's 'Farming' Lands Sizable International Deal After Its World Premiere at TIFF
The intense film from the Nigerian-British actor-turned-director and writer will soon appear on big screens around the world.
Comedian W. Kamau Bell Joins Anthony Bourdain on a Kenyan Adventure In the Final Season of 'Parts Unknown'
Watch an emotional W. Kamau Bell look back on his life changing experience in the latest trailer.
The Nigerian author tackles the growing Anglophone crisis in Cameroon in a recently published essay in the New York Times.
We catch up with the actor after the film made its North American premiere at TIFF.
Get into Telefunksoul and Felipe Pomar's Ré_Con Ba$$ EP.
We talk to the buzzing Jamaican singer about his upcoming album, collaborating with Wizkid, and the challenges of being a dancehall artist crossing into the mainstream.
We touch base with the South African director for an in-depth review on his second TIFF premiere, 'Sew The Winter To My Skin.'
The legendary Sudanese singer's son, Abdulwahab, speaks in-depth about the life and times of his father, detailing his artistic and political impact on so many across the continent.
The Ghana-based sustainable brand presented their spring/summer 2019 collection—and it was out of this world.
From Being Bonang to Rich Kids—these are five of our favorite South African reality television shows streaming online
Meet the Director of 'Fig Tree,' a New Film About Young Love in the Midst of the Ethiopian Civil War
At TIFF, we talk to Aäläm-Wärqe Davidian, the Ethiopian-Israeli filmmaker telling a story that has parallels to her own life
An in-depth look into how CHALE WOTE Street Art Festival is proof of the power of independent cultural programming.
Mukii was the only African to take part in the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival's professional development program.
The Kenyan filmmaker continues to fight for her film to be screened in her home country.