/ Nigeria and UK / 1993 / 50mins
/ Documentary / English
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Two young Wakirke women offer opposing attitudes toward the Iria, the ritual by which Nigerian women are recognized as being suitable for marriage.
The Manuscripts of Timbuktu critiques the limited view about Timbuktu by firmly demonstrating that it was a leading cultural, economic, scientific and religious center that made a significant and lasting impact on Africa and the entire world.
The Language You Cry In tells an amazing scholarly detective story reaching across hundreds of years and thousands of miles from 18th century Sierra Leone to the Gullah people of present-day Georgia.
Mambéty adapts a timeless parable of human greed into a biting satire of today's Africa–betraying the hopes of independence for the false promises of Western materialism.
Mapantsula tells the story of Panic, a petty gangster who inevitably becomes caught up in the growing anti-apartheid struggle and has to choose between individual gain and a united stand against the system.
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