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Cinemafrique: African Film & TV News On TIFF Award Winning Sudanese Doc 'Beats Of The Antonov,' Naija Hyena Handlers, 'The Art of Ama Ata Aidoo' + More

Okayafrica's Cinemafrique looks at African film and TV news on Sudanese documentary 'Beats Of The Antonov,' hyena handlers of Nigeria and more.


Pieter Hugo, 'Abdullahi Mohammed with Mainasara', Ogre-Remo, Nigeria, 2007

Welcome to the latest installment of Okayafrica’s Cinemafrique series. Every other Thursday we highlight the latest film and television news from throughout Africa and the diaspora. This week we take a look at a documentary on the hyena handlers of Nigeria, the first official trailer for British-Nigerian comedy Gone Too Far!, a biographical documentary on renowned Ghanaian author Ama Ata Aidoo, and the award-winning documentary Beats of the Antonov from Sudanese director Hajooj Kuka.

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Music, Identity & War In Sudan: Beats Of The Antonov Debuts Online

Sudanese director Hajooj Kuka's 'Beats Of The Antonov' documentary on music, identity and war in Sudan is available to watch in full on PBS.

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Sundance 2015: Senegalese Documentary 'Sembène!' + Rwandan Filmmaker Kivu Ruhorahoza's 'Things Of The Aimless Wanderer'

Senegalese documentary 'Sembène!' and Rwandan filmmaker Kivu Ruhorahoza's 'Things Of The Aimless Wanderer' are screening at Sundance 2015.

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Image by Kabelenga Phiri.

Check out 'AKANTUNSE', a Visual Celebration of African Mythology

The speculative photo series by Zambian collective Kabumba, re-imagines nine significant figures in African mythology, cosmology and folklore.

Kabumba is a Zambian collective based in Lusaka that curates African visual art that seeks to push the limits on existing narratives within African art. AKANTUNSE is Kabumba's latest project—a fun and speculative photo series which celebrates nine figures in African mythology, cosmology and folklore.

We reached out to creative director, Chanda Karimamusama, who worked alongside photographer Kabelenga Phiri and make-up artist Mary Mthetwa, to find out what how AKANTUNSE came together.

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Photo by Jamal Nxedlana.

Afripedia is the Visual Platform Connecting African Artists to Their Clients

The newly launched platform wants to foster a strong community of African artists on the continent and in the diaspora.

Afripedia is live! The curated visual platform, which was created by Swedish production collective Stocktownfilms aims to do away with misrepresentation within the creative industry and connect African creatives to their clients by giving them increased exposure. The platform comes five years after an initial 5-part documentary series which focused on creatives in Angola, Ghana, South Africa, Kenya and Senegal.

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