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LUMUMBA is a gripping epic that dramatizes for the first time the rise and fall of legendary African leader Patrice Lumumba. When the Congo declared its independence from Belgium in 1960, the 36-year-old, self-educated Lumumba became the first Prime Minister of the newly independent state.
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Ojukokoro tells the story of what happens when a broke manager in a money laundering petrol station, decides to rob the petrol station that employs him but along this journey finds out that there are different kinds of criminals that are also interested in the same cash.
15 Views · 7 months ago
Observational documentary series that explores inherited knowledge and the meaning of tradition, master craftsmanship and artistic processes in three African cultures.
Dorze House- In the remote highlands of southern Ethiopia, a village community works together to weave a traditional bamboo house.
Kora- In his Dakar studio, craftsman Seydou Kane makes a kora from scratch. The kora is the principal instrument of the griot, a caste of west African musicians and oral historians.
Maasai Wedding Necklace- For the Maasai people of the Great Rift Valley, beaded jewellery is of great ceremonial significance. Jane Semanto, a master bead maker, crafts a traditional Maasai wedding necklace.
11 Views · 7 months ago
A documentary looking at the origins of all our blue ribbon sports, from Ancient Egypt, peopled by Black Africans at that time. The documentary also proposes that the African History of Sport is a key tool in decolonizing education.
10 Views · 8 months ago
Southern Cameroon History, The Bakweri Resistance Documentary (Full Version)