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Still from Musangwe - Afrocritik
“Musangwe” Review: Lufuno Nekhabambe’s Debut Film Futilely Fondles with South African Culture

If the movie is, among other things, an ode on South Africa’s Musangwe boxing competition,…

Righting the Future - iREP International Documentary Film Festival - Dispatch - Afrocritik
iREP Film Festival 2024 Dispatch: Righting the Future Through Documentary

Tagged “Righting the Future: Wole Soyinka at 90”,  the iREP International Documentary Film Festival was…

In Bloom interview with Folu Storms, Wame Jallow, and Voline Ogutu - Afrocritik
“In Bloom” Anthology Creators: In Conversation with the Changemakers Who Lend a Voice to Gender Equality

We know that five short films are not necessarily going to radically change the audience’s…

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“Grown” Review: Ola Jegede and Empress Allen’s Young-Adult Drama is Bereft of Introspective Moments

Despite the inventive storytelling in Grown, there are noticeable unharmonious scenes layered upon each other.…

Martini Akande in conversation with Afrocritik
In Conversation: Nollywood Film Editor, Martini Akande, Dissects the Anatomy of Editing a Memorable Scene

“As editors, when editing a film, the actor’s performance is our biggest asset.”  _ Martini…

The Fisherman's Diary - Afrocritik
“The Fisherman’s Diary” Review: Enah Johnscott’s Film Advocates for Gender Inclusion in Education

The Fisherman’s Diary, a film directed by Enah Johnscott, is a cinematic advocacy for gender…

Aníkúlápó: Rise of the Spectre - Kunle Afolayan - Afrocritik
Kunle Afolayan’s “Aníkúlápó: Rise of the Spectre” is a Wobbling Cinematic Outing

Afolayan has built a stronghold around his name as a filmmaker who does a cultural…

One Too Many - review - Afrocritik
“One Too Many” Review: “Sorrows, Sorrows, Prayers” for the Listless Moments in the Kayode Kasum-Directed Film

With no room for mild or deep introspection, One Too Many loses important messages it…

Rehearsal - Michael Omonua - Nigerian Indie Filmmakers - Afrocritik
Film Festival Circuits, a New Frontier for Nigerian Indie Filmmakers?

As more Nigerian indie filmmakers tell their stories and exhibit and distribute them through viable…

Breath of Life - Bodunrin Sasore - Afrocritik
“Breath of Life” Review: A Grand Story Tinged with Avoidable Flaws

In a film culture starved of well-thought-out and well-executed stories, films like Breath of Life…