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  This adaptation of an ancient oral legend from Mali is one the most acclaimed and widely seen African films ever made. An Oedipal story infused with magic, YEELEN is Read More

Keita! Voice of the Griot

  Keïta is a retelling of the first third of Sundjata Keita’s 13th-century epic, Sundjata. It tells of Mabo Keïta (Dicko), a thirteen-year-old boy who lives in a middle-class family Read More

God’s Gift

  In pre-colonial times a peddler crossing the savanna discovers a child lying unconscious in the bush. When the boy comes to, he is mute and cannot explain who he Read More

The Wagoner

  Borom Sarret or The Wagoner is a 1963 film by Senegalese director Ousmane Sembène, the first film over which he had full control. It is often considered the first Read More

Counter Investigation

  Richard Malinowski (Jean Dujardin) is a workaholic cop who rarely gets to see his 10-year-old daughter. So when she’s abducted and murdered, his grief and guilt are all-consuming. His Read More

Madame Brouette

  Mati is a spunky street vendor and single mother known throughout the village as Madame Brouette, a proud and independent woman who defies the male-centered traditions of her culture Read More

Three Men and a Cradle

  Jacques, Pierre, and Michel are three adult friends who enjoy single life until they find themselves stuck  with a baby.

All The Mornings Of The World

  It’s late 17th century. The viola da gamba player Monsieur de Sainte Colombe comes home to find that his wife died while he was away. In his grief he Read More

Too Beautiful for You

  A car dealer, well-to-do and with a beautiful wife, finds himself attracted to his rather plain new temporary secretary. Despite her own commitments she feels the same and the Read More

Secret Defense

  Sylvie, a young biologist, is thrown into confusion when her brother, Paul, tries to persuade her that their father’s death five years ago was not a suicide. Paul is Read More