African cinema dominates London Film Festival

Witchcraft in Zambia, toxic masculinity in South Africa, and folk tales from Swaziland, are just some of the African themes at this year's London Film Festival.

    Witchcraft in Zambia, toxic masculinity in South Africa, and folk tales from Swaziland are just some of the African themes at this year's London Film Festival.

    Filmmakers from Africa are challenging the way their continent is usually depicted on screen.

    Al Jazeera's Charlie Angela reports from London


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