The International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF), the only annual women’s festival South of the Sahara, this year celebrates its 10th anniversary.
Everyone is familiar with the Grandaddy of all film festivals, the Cannes Film Festival in the French Riveiera that takes place every May.
Generations of young Africans are changing the way Africa is viewed and experienced by the world. So of course, African innovators have created ways to share literature and film using various platforms.
Hard Truths: The Art of Thornton Dial highlights the artist’s significant contribution to the field of American art and shows how Dial’s work speaks to the most pressing issues of our time—including the war in Iraq, 9/11, and social issues like racism and homelessness.
Entertainer-activist Harry Belafonte will be featured at “Artistic Voices of the Diaspora,” a panel kicking off the 18th New York African Film Festival at the Museum of Arts and Design on Saturday, April 2.
The South Africa-based 46664 organization has announced a licensing agreement with Cape Town-based Seardel Investment Corporation Limited that will see the launch of a 46664 global apparel brand in the second half of 2011.