Afro Space
July 2018

The Nigerian film industry is considered to be the second largest in the world, surpassed only by Hollywood. In the rest of Africa, other regional cinemas flourish. And alongside these, as increasingly everywhere in the world, independent filmmaking thrives -- challenging, innovating, exploring, charting new paths through local and global issues. This is especially true in cinema of the imagination: updating myths to interpret the present, turning a scientific eye on changes to land and people, and envisioning life in decades or centuries to come. This issue is a panorama, a broad range of perspectives looking out from Africa or back from the diaspora, a multifaceted portrait across place and time. The future belongs equally to every continent.

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Frog Embryo Development in Culture 2
Nipam Patel, Ryan Null
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Crumbs
Miguel Llans├│
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Pumzi
Wanuri Kahiu
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Monsoons Over the Moon
Abstract Omega, Dan Muchina
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Naked Reality
Jean-Pierre Bekolo
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The Day They Came
Genesis Williams
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Kwaku Ananse
Akosua Adoma Owusu
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Drexciya
Akosua Adoma Owusu
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Anima non Grata
David Villemin
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Tears in the Rain
Christopher Grant Harvey
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A Post Card Home
Omar Manjouneh
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All My Phones Numbers Drowned In
Michel Korn
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Seeds
Philippa Ndisi-Herrmann
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The Afronauts
Cristina De Middel
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Dawn of Thunder
Kolawole Olarewaju
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Coping
Edem Dotse, Caren Akoto-Adade
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Kichwateli
Muchiri Njenga
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Blinky Bill
M┼ęchiri Njenga
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Full Proof - Salt
Uif Putters
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Drexciya
Simon Rittmeier
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The Golden Chain
Ezra Clayton Daniels, Adebukola Bodunrin
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The Water Will Carry Us
Gabrielle Tesfaye
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Happy Today
Giulio Tonincelli
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Raskanta
Phatsimo Gosego Kutile
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Homecoming
Jim Chuchu
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