This year's cinematic companion to BAM's annual DanceAfrica celebration features films from Algeria, Nigeria, South Africa, Ethiopia, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The series includes the recently re-released apartheid-era classicCome Back, Africa, the children's filmTales of the Night (in 3-D), and selections from the African Film Festival's Traveling Series.
When a man offers a woman his former home, a government official tries to take it away.
This inspirational documentary chronicles a family's emigration fromNigertoItaly.
This bold portrayal of rising xenophobia follows a Nigerian living in the Johannesburg.
Come Back, Africa chronicles the lives of South Africans living under apartheid in 1959.
Kongo is a documentary series in three episodes that examines the colonization of Congo.
This powerful film is about the Congo, the people of Kinshasa, and the power of music.
History blends with fairy tale as viewers are whisked off to enchanted lands in 3-D.