Cinema – Launch of “Tigritudes”: African cinema from all angles – Lequotidien – General information journal

Cinema Launch of Tigritudes African cinema from all angles

From January 1 to February 27, the Forum des Images de Paris presents a selection of 126 African films of all genres. A selection that should then circulate on the continent, starting with Burkina Faso. The simple reading of this title, Tigritudes, makes it possible to understand that this vast anthology offered by the Forum … Read more

“Tigritudes”, African cinema from all angles – Jeune Afrique

Tigritudes African cinema from all angles Jeune Afrique

From January 1 to February 27, the Forum des Images de Paris presents a selection of 126 African films of all genres. A selection that should then circulate on the continent, starting with Burkina Faso. Just reading this title Tigritudes, allows us to understand that this vast anthology offered by the Forum des Images is … Read more

“Tigritudes”: “African cinemas are a missing image”

Tigritudes African cinemas are a missing image

More than a retrospective, it is a vast fresco, an anthology of pan-African cinema, this ” largely unknown cinematography “. Under the title “Tigritudes”, the Forum des Images in Paris welcomes from this Wednesday, January 12, 125 films from 40 countries covering 66 years of cinema history, from 1956 to today. tigritudes, this cycle of … Read more

Toni Morrison: First African American Woman to Win the Nobel Prize for Literature | Forever!

Toni Morrison First African American Woman to Win the Nobel

Chloe Ardelia Wofford, better known by her pseudonym, Toni Morrison, was a prominent American novelist of African American descent. His work reveals with clear fidelity and perfect lyrics, the slavery, discrimination, affliction and helplessness that the African-American race has suffered in the United States. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize in 1988 and the Nobel Prize … Read more

South African Archbishop and Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu dies at 90

South African Archbishop and Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu

JOHANNESBURG – South African Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, 1984 Nobel Peace Prize winner for his activism against the segregated racist “apartheid” regime, died this Sunday at the age of 90 in Cape Town (southwest), official sources reported. In a statement issued by the South African government, the country’s president, Cyril Ramaphosa, confirmed the death of … Read more

South African Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Desmond Tutu dies at 90

South African Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Desmond Tutu dies at

South African archbishop emeritus and human rights activist Desmond Tutu died this Sunday, December 26. “The voice of the voiceless”, as described by Nelson Mandela, was diagnosed years ago with prostate cancer and suffered several relapses. “The passing of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu is another chapter of mourning in our nation’s farewell to a generation … Read more

Desmond Tutu, the South African Archbishop and Nobel Peace Prize winner who fought against apartheid, has died at the age of 90

Desmond Tutu the South African Archbishop and Nobel Peace Prize

The Archbishop Emeritus of South Africa, Desmond Tutu. South African Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, 1984 Nobel Peace Prize for his activism against the racist segregation regime of “apartheid”, died this Sunday at age 90 in Cape Town (southwest), reported official sources. In a statement issued by the South African government, the country’s president, Cyril Ramaphosa, … Read more

2021, a prosperous year for African literature – By Abdelatif ABILKASSEM

2021 a prosperous year for African literature By Abdelatif

By Abdelatif ABILKASSEM (MAP) Rabat – “It has been a great year for African literature and I would like to accept this award in the name of all the stories told and not told, writers heard and not heard, of the remarkable continent of which I am a part”, it is with this inspiring speech … Read more

2021: The African sun shines on the literary world | MAP Express

2021 The African sun shines on the literary world

monday, 20 december, 2021 at 11:41 am By Abdelatif ABILKASSEMRabat – “It has been a great year for African literature and I would like to accept this award in the name of all the stories told and not told, writers heard and not heard, of the remarkable continent of which I am a part”, it … Read more

The quiet rise of Damon Galgut, Booker Prize, in African literature at the top

The quiet rise of Damon Galgut Booker Prize in African

Amidst art objects and old typewriters, the hand-bound copy of “The Promise” by South African author Damon Galgut, winner of the prestigious Booker Prize last month, is casually placed on a table in his Cape Town living room. Each year, the finalists for the award for “best novel written in English” presented in London receive, … Read more