Witchcraft in Zambia, toxic masculinity in South Africa, and folk tales from Swaziland, are just some of the African themes at this year’s London Film Festival.
Filmmakers from the Africa are challenging the way their continent is usually depicted on screen.
Al Jazeera’s Charlie Angela reports from London
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That gay movie is an attack on Christianity. The man is even wearing a cross. Lord have mercy.
Whites exporting their filthy culture to corrupt African continents . What a filth
Gay Afrika! Thina magay silapha!
U-Inxeba uzoba yifilimu emnandi kakhuuuulu! Kumnandi ukubona iifilimu zesiXhosa!
These movies look so good and there's so much potential for future movies from Africa because of the diversity in culture and folktales there, I wish they were showing them in theatres in America or on Netflix
this is not NEWS AL JAZEERA ia promotting this evil movie and GAY AGANDA
They will give awards just to show that they like diversity, yet behind their back they will make racial slurs.
Yet another negative africa-portraying movie produced by non-africans….yawn