A Bounty of Film

From Emergent Africa Thu Jan 24 2013, 06:00:00

In The Guardian:

Image from 'Half of A Yellow Sun' courtesy of Afripop

...selects eight films from five African countries to look out for in 2013 - the year of the 23rd edition of Fespaco - the bi-annual pan-African film and television festival of Ouagadougou.They are:

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