by Natasha Nyanin African dance forms are strong, virile and vital with a feeling of dynamic thrust and resistance. They are exceedingly controlled, having the power to project the gentle wind or the raging storm. …. But more that any
There are few events in Ghana’s annual social calendar that makes me as excited as the Chale Wote festival. Organised by Accra[dot]Alt and sponsored by the French Embassy, the American Embassy, Dust Magazine and many others, the Chale Wote Street
It’s finally arrived. One of Ghana’s most-loved spoken word artists has released the first video off his recently released album, Photosentences. Its an simple animation, reminiscent of locally produced cartoons from the early and mid 1990′s. Ghana’s very own retro.
Brought to you by M-Net, the African Film Library allows you to access the largest collection of African films on the internet. For $5, you can either download or stream selected films. There are over 600 works in a variety of