The African Storm opens to applause at Pan-American film festival

A new movie called The African Storm is captivating audiences at the 25th Pan-American film and television festival in Burkina Faso. The film tackles corruption, civil war, and the country’s ties with former colonial powers.

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    A new movie called The African Storm is captivating audiences at the 25th Pan-American film and television festival in Burkina Faso.

    The film tackles corruption, civil war, and the country’s ties with former colonial powers.

    Al Jazeera’s Mohamed Vall reports from Ouagadougou.


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