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"Through the Pane" to have African Premiere!

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"Through the Pane" will have its African premiere at the Rwanda Film Festival in Kigali, Rwanda July 22-29, 2016. Written and helmed by Dawn Westlake, the film is based on the memoir chapter of Donald G. Westlake, the director's father. A guitarviol scored was performed by GC Johnson of Acoustic Labs. Johnson's music was recently featured in Tom Tykwer's "A Hologram for the King", starring Tom Hanks. Cinematography/Editing & Special Effects on "Through t...

Strong African Content for DIFF 2016

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This year’s edition of the Durban International Film Festival (16-26 June) once more features a very strong selection of African titles. With just under half of all the films originating from Africa and South Africa, and much of the rest of the programme dealing with diasporic issues and identity politics, this year’s DIFF is a true festival of African film located within a global context. Of the 101 feature-length films to be shown at the festival, 50 are African films, including ...

Durban going back to its roots

The Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) has announced its programme and the choice is amazing. DIFF returns for its 36th year of cinematic celebration. From 16 to 26 July, the city will be illuminated by the wonder and diversity of global cinema. This year's diverse line-up includes an expanded focus on African cinema with a selection of Africa's Lost Classics and a showcase of this year's FESPACO winners. Other focus areas include a cross-section of contemporary cinema...

Games People Play accepted to Rwanda Film Fest for July!

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"Games People Play" has been accepted to the Rwanda Film Fest in Kigali, Rwanda for July 19-31, 2015. The film was shot on the Canon C500 thanks to the generosity of Canon USA, Inc. "Games People Play" stars David Razowsky and Mark Jacobson, along with helmer Dawn Westlake who also wrote the screenplay. Filmed in the style of a Sergio Leone spaghetti western, the film has a Morricone-esque score by Alvarez-featured guitarist Gregory Johnson of Acoustic Labs. For more info on...

Durban goes back to its roots

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The ever-expanding African film industry will once more be represented at the Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) 2014 although South African film retains the festival’s key focus, with 40 feature-length films and 38 short films – most of them receiving their world premieres on Durban screens, and collectively representing by far the largest number of South African films in the festival’s 35 year history.This year’s opening night film on July 17 se...

Film Commissions

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Film Commissions UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Alabama Alabama Film Office Website: http://www.alabamafilm.org/ E-Mail: film.office@ado.alabama.gov Alaska Alaska Film Program Website: http://www.alaskafilm.org/ E-Mail: alaskafilm@commerce.state.ak.us Arizona Film in Arizona Dept. of Commerce Website: http://www.azcommerce.com/Film/ E-Mail: octavial@azcommerce.com Arkansas Arkansas Economic Development Commission – Film Website:&nbs...

Afrika Eye - sharing films from, or with roots in, Africa

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Afrika Eye is one of the UK's leading celebrations of African film. The 2013 edition takes place at Watershed in Bristol from November 8th to 10th. Confirmed screenings include TEY, starring the actor, poet and musician Saul Williams and directed by Alain Gomis (Senegal/France); David 'Tosh' Gitonga's NAIROBI HALF LIFE and SOMETHING NECESSARY, directed by Judy Kibinge (Kenya). 

Afrika Eye - sharing films from, or with roots in, Africa

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Afrika Eye is one of the UK's leading celebrations of African film. The 2013 edition takes place at Watershed in Bristol from November 8th to 10th. Confirmed screenings include TEY, starring the actor, poet and musician Saul Williams and directed by Alain Gomis (Senegal/France); David 'Tosh' Gitonga's NAIROBI HALF LIFE and SOMETHING NECESSARY, directed by Judy Kibinge (Kenya). 


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Africa in the Picture Film Festival

Africa in the Picture (AITP) is an independent film festival and platform for African and African Diaspora Cinema. Every year AITP organizes a film festival showcasing a unique selection of films from all over the world. AITP wants to contribute to the development of African and African Diaspora Cinema by promoting and spreading films (in the Netherlands, in the rest of Europe and at the African continent) and by offering an international platform for cinematographic professionals. By showing a modern Africa from the perspective of African filmmakers, AITP strives to inspire people in the Netherlands in developing a more complete and realistic world view.

Africa in the Picture (AITP) est un festival de film indépendant ét une plateforme pour le Cinéma de l'Afrique et de la Diaspora africaine. Chaque année AITP organise un festival de film présentant une unique sélection de films de partout dans le monde. AITP veut contribuer au développement du Cinéma de l'Afrique et de la Diaspora africaine par la promotion et la diffusion des films (aux Pays-Bas, dans le reste de l'Europe et sur le continent africain) et en offrant une plate-forme internationale pour les professionnels cinématographiques. En montrant une Afrique moderne du point de vue des cinéastes africains, AITP s'efforce d'inspirer les gens aux Pays-Bas dans l'élaboration d'une vision du monde plus équilibrée et plus réaliste.


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Africa in Motion Film Festival

Africa in Motion is already in its sixth year! The profile of the festival has grown steadily since the inaugural season in 2006 and this year, 2011, Africa in Motion focuses its attention on films and events that open doors to children and youth in Africa.

Our programme of films and events deals with many aspects relating to youth, such as education, entertainment, stories and myths, the future, and social issues affecting children and young people in Africa.

This year we made a special effort to invite schools and children to the cinema and we are screening a number of films especially for primary and secondary schools in and around Edinburgh, in collaboration with National Schools Film Week.

Alongside the film screenings, the festival has endeavoured to create fun and challenging workshops and events for Scottish children to really engage with the lives and experiences of their African counterparts and get to learn the stories best known to them.

The rest of the festival will be dedicated to our well-known quality films: epic features, contemporary gems, incisive documentaries, acclaimed shorts and animation films, with a continuing focus on children and youth in Africa.


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