The author of this blog for example has published an interview with the Nigerian author Changchit Wuyep about her book Jiji (including a summary), an English translation of the first chapter of the Hausa novel Kaico by Ado Ahmad Gidan Dabino and a several other articles about African movies and books. [editors ilissAfrica]
Onine version of the famous magazine FIM about the popular video- and film-production called "Hausa-Drama" in Northern Nigeria, esp. Kano. Yellow press about stars in the Hausa film production scene. [editors ilissAfrica]
Site of lecturer Agatucci with a complete online course pack, including handouts / summaries and resources. There are also some other sites and resources apart from the course (see table of contents). [editors ilissAfrica]
On this site you will find the programmes of the festival since 2001 with all the movies shown including a short description (in German). The Africa Alive Festival has its main focus on African movies, but also shows other aspects of African culture (literature, art, music). In 1996, the festival was declared a project of the world decade for cultural development by the Unesco. In 2001, it was the official German contribution to the UN year of "Dialogue between Cultures". In 2002 and 2003, the festival was under the auspices of the German section of the Unesco. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
This site offers a small summary of the history of censorship in African cinema including a chronological listing. Furthermore, you will find links to other articles about this topic, a bibliography and a few examples of movies that suffered from censorship. [editors ilissAfrica]
"Told through the stories of five former prisoners, this is the story of political activists sent to Robben Island in the 1960s who rise above their incarceration by creating a football league and finding an outlet for their passion and commitment to discipline through the beautiful game." [according to site editor’s information]
Website by Prof. Zeleza, Head of the Department of African American Studies, University of Illinois, Chicago. The platform offers the possibility for bloggers (scientific ones? identity of the other bloggers only known by name) to write articles about topics in the African and African American Studies. There is also the possibility to hold eSymposia. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
This site offers whole Nigeria movies / videos online for free. The browsing for genres doesn't work (yet). Unfortunately, the movies are quite pixellated are load every few seconds. For people with a flatrate it is advisable to first run the movie as a whole (i.e. let it load) before watching it.