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IREP 2017 Film Review – White and Black: Crimes of Colour

White and Black: Crimes of Colour Jean-Francois Mean 58 Mins. Discrimination could be said to have existed for as long as man and it comes in different forms, some mild while some can be extreme. One of such extreme cases was revealed in the case of albinos in Tanzania as shown in the documentary titled […]

Film Review: BLACK MARKET MASQUERADE BY PETER HELLER Director: Peter Heller 52mins; Germany.

IREP 2016: A FILM FESTIVAL TO REMEMBER

In its sixth year running, IREP Documentary Film Festival is undoubtedly emerging as the biggest film festival in sub-Saharan Africa.  The widely acclaimed artistic fair is pivoted on the thrust “Africa in Self Conversation”, a phenomenon that seeks to represent the African cinematic experience to a global audience, while also translating and provoking a pragmatic […]

OVER 45 FILMS TO SCREEN AT IREP 2016