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Cinemafrique: Saul Williams & Anisia Uzeyman's 'Dreamstates,' Accra's Rex Theatre, 'Finding Fela' Trailer + More

The latest in Okayafrica's Cinemafrique features African film and TV news on Saul Williams and Anisia Uzeyman, 'Finding Fela' and more.


Welcome to the sixth installment of our Cinemafrique series, where every other Thursday we highlight the latest film and television news from throughout Africa and the diaspora. This week we take a look at an experimental project from husband-wife filmmaking duo Saul Williams and Anisia Uzeyman, the U.S. launch of African film and TV streaming site Africa Magic Go, an update from Akosua Adoma Owusu's Damn The Man, Save The Rex campaign in Accra, the first official trailer for Finding Fela, and South African noir action/thriller Cold Harbour. Click on for the full scoop.

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Zimbabwe Approves Law Which Will Criminalise Anti-Government Protests

Zimbabwe's recent amendment to the existing Criminal Law (Codification Reform) Act will make make both anti-government protests and international political collaborations of any kind punishable under the new law.

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa continues to draw criticism with regards to his governance despite rising concerns about the country. According to The Street Journal, President Mnangagwa has recently approved the proposal of a law which will make public protests illegal. This follows international concern about Zimbabwe's continued human rights violations since the questionable arrest of demonstrators in July this year. The iron-fist ruling of the Zanu-PF led government has driven this deliberate move to stifle international relations.

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