2018 has been a year of quite a few lessons and every so often I receive wonderful surprises. One of such, being featured in the Pan-African French film publication called Awotele. I have been doing a lot of learning, taking time to read on a wide range of topics of this world, writing for Awotele and having my article translated in French was quite a delightful and refreshing experience. I wrote about the history of South African film.
Contributed by writers from all over Africa and France, Awotele is a colourful magazine that shows its love to African film. The cover story is Rafiki the first Kenyan film to screen at Cannes, my beloved festival. The story is by female writer and director Wanuri Kahiu.
You can check out the film trailer and a talk by the director on her Ted Talk.
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