Day One: Saturday 5 September 2pm -8 pm
Short Film Selection- PART ONE curated by Khaleb Brooks.
Run Time: 2 hrs
From 2-4 (Short Film Selection)
Robots of Brixton
The film follows the trials and tribulations of young robots surviving at the sharp end of inner city life, living the predictable existence of a populous hemmed in by poverty, disillusionment and mass unemployment.
A Short Film About Jazz
A group of young Black British women share their love of jazz.
Polyglot: Episode 2
It's that time of the year when you realize you don't have enough money to pay for your ticket back home...So you get your hair done instead. One girl’s journey in Berlin.
Jessica and George meet in an open field at a
specific time and place everyday. George is in
love – but unbeknownst to him, Jessica hides a
devastating secret. As Jessica’s feelings for George
grow, she must make an important decision that will
change her life forever.
Blitz the Ambassador
Mumin, a precocious young boy who makes the long trip to Accra from his northern rural home in search of his father after his mother’s death.
made by three high school students in a fishing village in the East African island of Zanzibar: The film examines one of the oldest debates in African education. Should classes be taught in the colonial language of English (or French) or in local languages that students speak and understand more fluently?
Sparks fly between shutter clicks when quarreling teenage photography students, Kleo and Femi, are told to take each other's portrait.
On 16 July 1969, America prepares to launch Apollo 11. Thousands of miles away, the Zambia Space Academy hopes to beat America to the moon. Inspired by true events.
An hour long marathon of the latest Nigerian pop/hip-hop music videos.
Fela and Hip-hop, a Panel Discussion: Exploring the relationship between music, identity and politics in Nigeria. Chair: TBC
African Masters produced by the Africa Channel; PART ONE
Taking you on a visually stunning journey across the globe, African Masters reveals the story behind the African art scene, through in-depth interviews on location with world-renowned artists including El Anatsui, Yinka Shonibare and Yusuf Grillo and key players in the art world like André Magnin.