The impulses that produced this project, which brings together three short, English-language films by African female filmmakers into a feature-film package introduced by rap icon Queen Latifah, are commendable, but the results are uneven. In the Namibian "Uno's World," the restless, unworldly Uno (Sophie David) develops a crush on Kaura (Muhindua Kaura) and becomes pregnant. She has their child, even though it's clear that Kaura has no interest in fatherhood. Uno's foolish attempts to involve him in his baby's life draws her into Kaura's circle of criminal associates. In "Hang Time," from Nigeria, high school senior Kwame (Brian Biragi) hopes that a basketball schola...