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I am an African! I owe by being to the hills and the valleys, the mountains and the glades, the rivers, the deserts, the trees, the flowers, the seas and the ever-changing seasons that define the face of our native land. My body has frozen in our frosts and in our latter day snows. It … Continue reading

Font Inspired By Chinua Achebe

Somewhere in Africa….

            …. Someone doesn’t really care what the world thinks Somewhere in Africa technology is not that important, relationships are Somewhere in Africa a child is happier climbing a tree, than a child playing on the latest XBox Somewhere in Africa someone will never have electricty, and the couldn’t careless … Continue reading

[Download Program] International Images Film Festival For Women 2013

The International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF) 2013, the only annual women’s festival South of the Sahara, this year celebrates its 12th anniversary. Women Filmmakers of Zimbabwe (WFOZ) is inviting you and your organization to make IIFF 2013a special celebration for the festival, its beneficiaries and the women activists who run it. IIFF was … Continue reading

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Hysteria (2011): Film Review

Originally posted on LADYGILRAEN:
Despite numerous unfortunate clichés in both character and plot, almost all of which may be put down to this film’s being a romantic comedy (a genre that Her Ladyship usually abhors), Hysteria is a rather sweet film that somehow, inexplicably, makes you forgive its many faults and enjoy yourself tremendously in…

Weekend Box Office Report: The Butler Delivers For A Second Straight Weekend

Originally posted on CBS Philly:
By Bill Wine PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The ticket-selling leader remained the same at multiplexes over the weekend. The Butler cleaned up again. For the second weekend in a row, director Lee Daniels’ The Butler, the racial bio-drama starring Forest Whitaker and Oprah Winfrey, finished first at the box office, earning…

Film Profile – ABORTION DEMOCRACY [Documentary] : International Images Film Festival For Women 2013

This documentary feature contrasts changes in Poland and South Africa regarding abortion laws and their impact on the lives of women. In the 90’s, Poland banned abortion due to the increasing influence of the Catholic Church after the fall of communism. Around the same time South Africa legalized it, reforming the health system after the … Continue reading

Film Profile – ART OF THIS PLACE: WOMEN ARTISTS IN CAMEROON [Documentary ] : International Images Fim festival For Women 2013

This documentary presents a rare insight into the rich variety of women’s creative expressions in the visual arts in contemporary Cameroon. From wood sculptures to different forms of painting and ceramics, the women’s works present and reflect their visions and passion for the Arts. Screening Venue: CCOSA Tues 27 Aug 1530hrs Country: UK/Cameroon, 2009 Duration: … Continue reading

Film Profile – ANTI-VIOLENCE CRUSADE [Documentary] : International Images Film Festival For Women 2013

In November 2011, the Principals of the three main Zimbabwean political parties in the Inclusive Government met at an Anti-violence Indaba to engage on politically motivated violence with all parties condemning it. Political violence has over the years affected negatively the lives of women and children in Zimbabwe. Communities remain scarred, polarized, intolerant and without … Continue reading


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