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Gomis’ Heart Of Darkness

A Review of Alain Gomis’ Felicité By Didi Cheeka Félicité, by Alain Gomis, is too long and, for the most part, really quite boring. Between participating in screenings and conversations at Critics’ Week Berlin and German African Foundation, reediting digitized footage at Arsenal Film Institute,

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Bad Market

A review of ‘Bad Market’ by Paul Gaius By Dare Dan In the novel Easy Motion Tourist by Leye Adenle, the protagonist, a Brit, who comes to Nigeria for a short-term assignment as a journalist, busts a syndicate: an underground network of sex workers and

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How to Pluck a Man from a Tree

How to Pluck a Man from a Tree A Review of Get Out by Jordan Peele By Dare Dan How to Pluck a Man from a Tree In the poem cumsong Strange Fruit, made famous by Billie Holiday, Nina Simone and many other arrays of important

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Blue is the colour of love

BLUE IS THE COLOUR OF LOVE A Review of Barry Jenkins Moonlight By Dare Dan Barry Jenkins critically acclaimed film, Moonlight is adapted from a drama piece –“In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue” – by Tarell Alvin McCraney. The film, structured in three parts, is

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