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A wonderfully made film that comes to you from Nigeria. It stars a phenomenal young actress with a bright future! Bariga Sugar is about Ese, a reclusive 8-year-old girl living in Bariga Sugar – a ghetto brothel in Lagos, Nigeria with her working prostituting mother. When a 10-year-old boy moves into the brothel, Ese and this young lad form an unlikely relationship.
Duration – 21 minutes (Watch free)
A thriller shot in Kenya, Consigned to Oblivion is a neo-noir mystery-psychological thriller which follows a young woman suffering from anteretrograde amnesia, who wakes up in an unknown hotel room with a dead body in the bathroom. She only two hours to figure out the mystery. Duration – 40 minutes (Watch Free)
A film set in Namibia, Coming Home is a compelling story about the journey of a young woman who is haunted by her past until she faces it. Burdened by vague but unsettling childhood memories, Nia returns to her desolate hometown years later to face her stepfather. Coming Home is a young woman’s emotional journey of redemption. Duration – 20 minutes (2-day Rental $.99)
A film that hails from France. Aimé, a young man with African origins, works at a seaport. He is secretly attracted to one of his colleagues but finds out that the young lady, Appolline, has got a love affair with a white man. His demons strike back at him. This man, Van, is his father. Prisoner of an alienating story, Aimé will try to fight for his independence.
Duration – 21 minutes (2-day Rental $.99)
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