African Independence is a feature length documentary covering the epic story of the most important events to happen on the African continent since enslavement and colonization by Europeans. The film highlights the birth, realization, and problems confronted by the movement to win independence in Africa. The story is told by channeling the voices of freedom fighters and leaders who achieved independence, liberty and justice for African people. This film offers a unique presentation designed to enlighten and provide audiences with insights from Africans into the continent’s past, present, and future. Through the lens of four watershed events—World War Two, the end of colonialism, the Cold War, and the era of African Republics— African Independence shows a unique side of Africa’s modern history. This documentary was produced and hosted by Tukufu Zuberi. African Independence was selected and featured at over a dozen film festivals, and was the recipient of Best Director at the San Diego Black Film Festival, Best Director at the People Film Festival, Best Documentary at the San Diego Black Film Festival, Best African Film at the San Francisco Black Film Festival, and the Leigh Whipper gold Award at the Philadelphia International Film Festival & Market.