Tapping Deep into Original African Stories: A Dialogue with Florence Mkinga

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Captivating Diverse Audiences Through Emotional Arcs: A Dialogue with Stella Tchuisse

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Perseverance and Collaboration in African Filmmaking: A Dialogue with Mutaleni Nadimi

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The 2020 Filmmaker Series

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Critique as an Ingredient for Growth: A Dialogue with Tamanda Kanjaye

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The Art of Persistence and Aiming for Rejection: A Dialogue with Rhodasi Mwale

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Gender Misrepresentation and the Responsibility of Literature: A Dialogue with Meaza Hadera

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Historical Fiction and the Documentation of Dreams in Young Adult Literature: A Dialogue with Ayesha Harruna Attah

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Existential Anxiety and the Projection of Past Selves: A Dialogue with Ayotunde Olumilua

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Children’s Literature and the Fragility of Attention: A Dialogue with Jennie ‘Shi’ Marima

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