On 26 April 2017, Julius vs the ANC will broadcast South Africa’s political turmoil to more than 310 million households in over 100 countries.
In the remote mountains of western China, a team of rangers embarks on a desperate search. Battling freezing temperatures and unforgiving terrain, they’re hunting for evidence of China’s wild pandas, and for the first time, they’ve allowed outsiders to join them.
Narrated by Roger Waters from Pink Floyd and featuring the likes of Noam Chomsky, The Occupation Of The American Mind is an unflinching look at the information wars Israel and its supporters have been waging in the US for decades.
The Zanzibar International Film Festival is excited to announce a new special jury award category open specifically to women documentary filmmakers from Africa.
“This continent is collapsing,” says Croatian philosopher Srećko Horvat at the start of Europe’s Forbidden Colony, a two-part documentary series coming to Al Jazeera.
French director Pascale Lamche walked away victorious at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival‚ where she won the best director award for her film about political stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela.
Top South African time-lapse artist Rory Allen has released Vietnam: Land of the Dragon, a wanderlust-inducing two-minute travel video from his holiday there.
Fokofpolisiekar: Forgive Them For They Know Not What They Do will be streaming exclusively on Showmax from 23 January 2017. Filmed over four years, this is the definitive documentary on the cult band that revolutionised the Afrikaans music scene.
In Kenya and Uganda, up to 80% of those in prison have never seen a lawyer, estimates African Prison Project (APP) founder Alexander McLean.