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Visions: An Anthology

Review by Alithnayn Abdulkareem The Visions Anthology is the debut of the Surreal16 collective, who have in addition to the trilogy, released a manifesto filled with righteous ambition, and enough sarcasm to fulfill all entertainment criteria. They want to make movies, primarily for movie’s sake,

Daughters of Igbo Woman to be premiered in Nigeria.

Following a successful tour to two memorial sites in Bristol UK (The Georgian House Museum; Greenbank Cemetery and ‘the Bearpit’) in October for Black History Month, and contributing to the  Journey to Justice Bristol programme between August and October 2017, Daughters of Igbo Woman will

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,