After a subdued presence since 2019, filmmakers from Nigeria, Burkina Faso, South Africa, Rwanda and Guinea showcase exciting and raw films
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History was made in January when Nikyatu Jusu’s debut film, Nanny, became the first horror movie to win the grand jury prize in the dramatic category at the Sundance Film Festival. Jusu, a first generation American whose parents immigrated from Sierra Leone, became the second black woman to win the top prize in the festival’s […]
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