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Nubiart Diary - Mohan Siddi Interview & Vit D Controversy

A different perspective on the Afrikan world


Press: ‘Beyond Nollywood’ Charts Nigerian Film Future

The BFI Southbank are set to launch Author Nadia Denton’s Nigerian Filmmaker’s Guide to Success: Beyond Nollywood, a ground breaking reference manual about Africa’s most dynamic film industry.


Broadcasters justify whitewash of historic African events (6)

Channel 4 and the BBC defend their decision to deliberately exclude historic BCA launch & Reparations March from the news agenda. Both media institutions are public funded broadcasters with a duty to represent minority audiences & alternative viewpoints.


Anger grows as Barbican ignores calls to withdraw human zoo (5)

A petition organised by Sister Sar’z Myers calling for the public to #boycottthehumanzoo has been launched following the decision of the Barbican to support and profit from “Edinburgh’s most controversial Show Exhibit B- The Human Show”.


Nubiart Diary - UNIA-ACL Centenary Lecture

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