My Octopus Teacher
After years of swimming every day in the freezing ocean at the tip of Africa, Craig Foster meets an unlikely teacher: a young octopus who displays remarkable curiosity. Visiting her den and tracking her movements for months on end he eventually wins the animal’s trust and they develop a never-before-seen bond between human and wild animal.
After years of living in New York, Nana Yaa returns to Accra, Ghana, where she is welcomed by her best friends Sade, Ngozi, Makena and Zainab.
The series revolves around a large family dominated by Father Zain Al Attar, who embodies the course of the artist Mahmoud Hamida, and has a large number of children who live with him in the house except two, one of them lives in a shelter and the other an aggressive person, and recounts the relationship of this father with gangs of arms and smugglers.
Castle & Castle Is a legal drama surrounding the professional and personal lives of Remi and Tega Castle. As the couple decide to capitalize on their different strengths when it comes to the law, will the marriage and the law firm they built together survive?
South African spy, Queen Sono, finds herself in an intricate web of business and politics as she sets out to find the truth behind her mother’s death
In Johannesburg, tough ex-cop Shadow pursues justice on his own terms and seeks to help those who are powerless to protect themselves.
In a quest to investigate the strange disappearance of his sister, Ali gets a job at The Grand Hotel where she worked before her disappearance
Trackers is a South African crime series based on the Deon Meyer’s novel of the same name. It delves into the world of organized crime, smuggling, terrorism and the operations of the CIA in Cape Town, South Africa
With the COVID-19 pandemic being our new reality, it’s hard to stay inspired. However, here are African movies that remind us to stay strong and to have hope.