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Cinema Africa: Wonder Boy for President’s Tony Miyambo

The South African political satire 'Wonder Boy for President' opens in cinemas nationwide. We get to know one of the film's stars.

In this instalment of Cinema Africa, we sit down with South African actor Tony Miyambo following the world premiere of Wonder Boy For President at the 37th Durban International Film Festival.

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Cinema Africa: 'The Unseen' Filmmaker Perivi Katjavivi on Exploring Postcolonial Identities in Namibia

Perivi Katjavivi’s feature film debut is a collection of philosophical musings on what it means to be alive in post-colonial Namibia.

In the tenth instalment of Cinema Africa, Alyssa Klein sits down with Namibian filmmaker Perivi Katjavivi following the South Africa debut of his feature debut, The Unseen, at the 37th Durban International Film Festival.

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Artist and Perpetrator: Are South Africa’s Arts Promoting Rape Culture?

Arts’ role in perpetuating a culture of gender-based violence had many on edge at the 37th Durban International Film Festival.

While the stars of South Africa’s film industry arrived at the glamorous opening of the 37th Durban International Film Festival, it was the heated issue of arts’ role in perpetuating a culture of gender-based violence that had many on edge.

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Cinema Africa: John Barker on the South African Political Satire 'Wonder Boy for President'

South African director John Barker in conversation following the world premiere of Wonder Boy for President at the Durban International Film Festival

In the ninth installment of Okayafrica’s Cinema Africa series, we sit down with South African director John Barker following the world premiere of his political satire mockumentary feature, Wonder Boy for President, at the 37th Durban International Film Festival.

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