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This includes frictions with politicians for making films that threaten their interest and censorship by the state-owned media that are most under-funded. Africa does not only have huge filmmaking potentials, but it is also endowed with a large market. However, the greatest challenge to those engaged in the film business is how to break all the hurdles along the way so as to turn their products into money in their own countries. Most filmmakers confessed that they are yet to grab the market of both Africa and the West. Nigeria's film industry, on the other hand, is a unique example in Africa. Africa's most populous country's Nollywood has continued to be a hot cake in Africa and even beyond.

Apart from Hollywood and Bollywood, Nollywood is ranked second to no other film industry in the world when it comes to productivity. Because they are sold on VCD and mostly in Anglophone countries, the popular Nollywood films have not been on showcased in Ouagadougou, where most of the displayed films were jointly funded by European donors and television channels. While an Anglophone country like Nigeria is making a breakthrough, one wonders what countries in the Francophone part of Africa are doing so that their products hit the local and international markets.

Foreign distributors provide answers to the question, arguing that for their films to become palatable to the Western audience, they must not be too political. Mr Nouri's film is among 20 Tunisian films at the Ouagadougou festival. Tunisia, a French speaking country, is endowed with vast potentials and experience in short-length film production, which observers say should be tapped by the rest of Africa. That is great news. I, for one, am a major fan of African movies Pauline Malefane, who plays the leading role in "u-Carmen e-Khayelitsha", accepted the award in Berlin, together with director Marc Dornford-May. Ms Malefane even gave the European audience a song sample of the Xhosa language version of "Carmen" when receiving the Golden Bear.

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The importance of a Xhosa language movie winning international applaud was today noted by South Africa's political elite. The ruling ANC party's Youth League today in particular congratulated Ms Malefane, being "a young woman from the dust streets of Khayelitsha, who demonstrated her career in music and as an actress whilst at school. The Berlinale is currently competing with the film festival of Cannes France on being the most important European event in the film industry. South African however do not have to wait for a long time to see if another important award will go top the national film industry.

The film gives a face to and re-affirms the humanity of the thousands of victims of the HIV and AIDS pandemic, which has wrought havoc throughout the world, but especially on the African continent. It has already has won acclaim at every film festival where it has been screened. Yes, there are problems on the continent. It occurred to me that blacks who didn't live in America read all those racism threads and think this is all there is to black American life, that there is no joy, no success, no "hope" or even advantage to being black and American. So as with my post to you, this thread was started simply to give "balance" to the reader on the outside looking in.

Oh, and I hope you can post those pix. I appreciate that, but i've never posted anything negative regarding Africa. I live there and have seen so many great things happening, hence the reason i want to post the pix i've been taking. It makes you think that life is hell over there, and that's not true.

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Justice Minister Jean-Bosco Ndikumana said he was not Diry if the amendment on homosexuality is rejected. The provision could have been the first law criminalising gays and lesbians in the country's history. The senate version now goes back to the national assembly for adoption but if it fails to be passed, the two chambers have to form a commission to harmonise the bill before the president approves it. But please, don't get me started on my review of, I believe, a South African film that blew me outta the waters! Dayum, but it was just fantastic!

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