Ethiopian migrant turns perilous journey into film

Zekarias Mesfin spent months making a movie about his dangerous illegal migration from Ethiopia — and when he arrived at the film’s premiere, he was in a coffin carried... Read more »

Oscars 2017: Irish-Ethiopian actor Ruth Negga among the nominees

Oscars 2017: Ruth Negga nominated for best actress award January 24, 2017‘La La Land’ is the film to beat, earning 14 nominations including best picture … Read More Here... Read more »

Saving Ethiopian Children Thought to Be Cursed – VOA

LOS ANGELES— Photographer John Rowe discovered a deeply held secret on visits to the Omo River Valley in southwestern Ethiopia, a place of traditional culture and spectacular beauty. Children... Read more »

Ethiopia: Qeyaye Qenbetoch (Red Leaves) Strips Away Family Veil –

opinion By Christian Tesfaye Special to Fortune Half a lifetime ago, the Ethiopian National Theatre was inaugurated to coincide with the King of Kings’ Silver Jubilee. The theatre did... Read more »

Ethiopian Film Portrays Girls' Abduction for Forced Marriage – Voice of America

An award-winning film written and directed by an Ethiopian tells the story of a young Ethiopian girl caught up in the rural tradition of abducting girls for marriage. The... Read more »

‘Zemene’ tells tale of survival and hope for Ethiopian girl

“Do good stuff.” I don’t know if Dr. Rick Hodes contemplated before he crafted this succinct response, or if his generous words rolled out like a mantra. I’m betting... Read more »

CRUMBS, a surreal post-apocalyptic film from Ethiopia

Jason Weisberger at 9:38 am Fri, Feb 20, 2015 Check out this surprisingly twisted and odd trailer for CRUMBS, a feature length science fiction film from Ethiopia. Our friends... Read more »

New Film on Legendary Ethiopian Artist Asnaketch Worku – BBC

BBC News Legendary Ethiopian artist Asnaketch Worku is the subject of a new film entitled “Asni: Courage Passion Glamor in Ethiopia” by Ethiopian filmmakers Rachel Samuel and Yemane Demissie.... Read more »

Asnaketch Worku ‘Ethiopia’s Edith Piaf’

A new film looks at the life of the Ethiopian singer, actor and dancer Asnaketch Worku, who the film’s director calls “Ethiopia’s Edith Piaf”. Rachael Samuel’s new film is... Read more »

State-Owned Broadcaster Found Guilty of Defamation

The Federal First Instance Court Ninth Civil Bench at Lideta on Tuesday found the state-owned broadcaster, the Ethiopian Radio and Television Agency (ERTA), guilty of defamation. The charge that... Read more »