A brief tour of Pan-Africa. A cinematic trip full of culture, musical traditions, eccentric characters and intense emotion. All to see from your seat and analogue.
Thu 25 Jan
Sat 27 Jan
Films screened in this combined programme
La Mazda jaune et sa saintetéSandra Heremans 10′
A conceptual experiment on what it means to start a film with a black image, develops into a subtle personal story about the filmmaker.
HairatJessica Beshir 7′
At night, outside the walls of the Ethiopian city of Harar, Yussuf Mume Saleh gets together with a group of spotted hyenas.
How Can I Ever Be LateClaudrena N. Harold, Kevin Jerome Everson 5′
African-American students at the University of Virginia welcome the band Sly and the Family Stone at Charlottesville airport in 1973.
Mahogany TooAkosua Adoma Owusu 3′
A vintage-feel homage to the cult classic Mahogany – a fashion-infused romantic drama – and Diana Ross's iconic portrayal of its main character Tracy Chambers.
La boucheCamilo Restrepo 19′
A daughter was murdered. Time stands still as a father oscillates between the need for solace and his urge for revenge. A sung story.
Who Am I?Nick Reding, Wanuri Kahiu 30′
"Through the eyes of children, an enlightened voice is given to the tribal and religious fissures that are growing in Kenyan society."(Nick Redding)