Classic and Contemporary Films from Africa and the Diaspora—AFF is pleased to present our selections of short- and feature-length films. We hope that they not only become cherished additions to your media library but faithful reminders of AFF work to bring home greater appreciation of the landscape of human experiences. Enjoy!

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Carlos Diegues, Brazil, 1980, 110 min. Bye Bye Brazil
$29.95

A hypnotically languorous road movie with an upbeat political kick. The story follows a smalltime traveling sideshow – Magician, Strong Man, Exotic Dancer – as they ply the dusty back roads of Brazil in the face of increasing disinterest. Filmed …
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Abderrhamane Sissako, Mali/France, 2006, 115 min. Bamako
$29.95

Set in the courtyard of a mud walled house in Bamako, the capitol city of Mali, the intimate personal story of an African couple on the verge of breaking up is told alongside very public political proceedings. African civil society …
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Roger Gnoan M'Bala, Ivory Coast/Switzerland, 2000, 85min. Adanggaman
$29.95

In West Africa during the late 17th century, King Adanggaman leads a war against his neighboring tribes, ordering his soldiers to torch enemy villages, kill the elderly and capture the healthy tribesmen to sell to the European slave traders. When …
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Jean-Marie Teno, Cameroon, 2004, 78 min. The Colonial Misunderstanding
$26.95

Germany’s genocidal war against the Herrero people in Namibia was a precursor to the policies of the Nazi regime. The film shows a bold exploration of Germany’s ìAfrican past.î Specifically, its attempts to colonize parts of Africa through religion and …
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