In another round of awesome-ness that is the Motherland, this week we focus on emerging acts, on the African continent making a name for themselves and cute lil’ thangs you should definitely pay attention to!
A seven-day Africa Week including online concerts and offline screening of the African film festival, starts on Monday, the Korea-Africa Foundation, a public organization set up in 2018 to boost understanding between the two regions, said.
A report by Caroline Sanderson for The Bookseller. “Born four days late, a bruised almond/left puckering in the salty yolk,/the soft bone of my skull was concave,/a thumbprint in wax, like the coin/for the ferryman had been pressed there/overnight.” This arresting description of her own birth is from Safiya Sinclair’s poem “Osteology”, which appears in…
The European Union (EU) delegation in Rwanda holds an annual film festival. From ‘Birds are Singing in Kigali’ to over 10 more co-productions being screened at any of the six screening venues from across the country, the European Film Festival (EFF) is proving to be a crucial link between African and European filmmakers.