This website is dedicated to the projection of local Nigerian film in particular and African films in general. The profiles and life styles of actors, actresses and those behind the scenes will be showcased. New and old films will be presented, reviewed and rated by viewers on a monthly basis.
The Guardian is a British daily newspaper covering various topics, including international news. In this link you will find an article about ten of the best features of African cinema.
Film Africa RAS is the Royal African Society’s annual London film festival, celebrating the best of African cinema from across the continent and diaspora. Film Africa also recognizes and supports new filmmaking talent through The Baobab Award for Best Short Film.
The African Film Festival has a mission of creating diverse programs that aid and empower audiences and filmmakers, alike. This includes an annual New York African Film Festival as well as co-curated local, national and international film and media programs for a variety of cultural, academic and arts institutions across the United States. In this link you will find information about the challenges and contemporary trends of African cinema.
MUBI is a curated online cinema bringing classic, independent, and award-winning movies. In this link you will find a variety of essential African films you could watch.
The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy has developed the program “Experience Africa” to promote social and economic development within Africa, and to strengthen relations between cultural groups and nation states on the continent. At the global level, the program works to promote stronger political, economic, and cultural ties between Africa and other regions. In this link you will find information about the history of the African film industry.