April 1, 2012

African Film Library

From http://www.africanfilmlibrary.com/About

The African Film Library is an M-Net initiative showcasing the best of the African film industry – making the movies easily accessible for movie aficionados around the world. The library forms an important archive of the continent’s cultural cinematic heritage, and also, for the first time, makes the African artists’ works easily accessible by a wide viewership around the globe – creating a new audience for existing and emerging filmmakers.

The library consists of award-winning works from more than 80 producers including Senegalese Ousmane Sembene and Djibril Mambety, Yousef Chahine from Egypt and Haile Gerima from Ethiopia.

Site visitors can browse the website and view trailers in the flash player without registering or logging in. Users will need to be logged in to rent a film.

The African Film Library service is a PPV rental service.
The system works on credit; users can buy credit, and credit will be deducted when content is viewed.

The African Film Library is available at http://www.africanfilmlibrary.com

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