Town of Runners

Town Of Runners is a feature documentary about young people from the Ethiopian rural town of Bekoji, whose runners have won 8 Olympic Gold medals, 32 World Championships and broken 10 world records in the last 20 years. The film follows two girls who...
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Miners Shot Down

In August 2012, mineworkers in one of South Africa’s biggest platinum mines began a wildcat strike for better wages. Six days into the strike, the police used live ammunition to brutally suppress the strike, killing 34 and injuring many more. The police insisted that...
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For Kibera

The story a slum-dweller who becomes a radio personality, journalist and self-made cameraman: Boy Dallas of Kibera. The film looks for answers to the complicated question: Why is it so hard to beat poverty? We learn the tough rules of slum life with Dallas...
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Africa Shafted

An award winning timeless, universal documentary filmed entirely in the lifts of Africa's tallest apartment: 8 lifts, 400 flats and 4400 people.
If South Africa is the economic hub of the continent, then Johannesburg is it’s bank vault; a magnet therefore, of migrants from all corners of...
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Day by Day, Femi Kuti

A music film on artistic and political commitment, day after day. Femi Kuti is the true heir of Afrobeat, a musical protest movement spear- headed by his father, the great Fela Anikulapo Kuti, in the 1970s. This urban music style speaks of inequality in Nigeria and...
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Soweto, Times of Wrath

Soweto, Times of Wrath | Siphamandla Bongwana, Stanford Gibson, Nduduzo Shandu, Jerry Obakeng Gaegane, Asanda Kupa, Gontse More | South Africa | 2016 | 60 min With a vitality and commitment so urgent for our national cinema, Soweto, Times of Wrath shows us our fractured, defiant reflection that once seen, cannot be...
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