Nnedi Okorafor just posted this article about a Kenyan sci-fi film on the Carl Brandon Society listserv—if you’re interested in sci-fi stories coming out of Africa, check out Pumzi:
PUMZI (the Kiswahili word for breath,) is a dystopian film set in South Africa and Kenya. The story follows an East African woman as she leaves her isolated community 35 years after World War III to plant a seed in the barren earth that has been plagued by drought and deforestation. In her vision of the future, “water wars” have forced East African communities to live in complete seclusion. The plot touches upon concepts such as climate change and the recent droughts in Kenya, which make the subject matter extremely relevant.