I Still Hide to Smoke – Review
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I Still Hide to Smoke – Review

I Still Hide to Smoke – Review Hellen Abatoni. I Still Hide to Smoke is a raw depiction of Algerian women sharing their experiences under the 1995 Islamic…

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RECREATIVE FILM SCHOOL OPEN CALL
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RECREATIVE FILM SCHOOL OPEN CALL

Sat 4, 11, 18 & 25 Nov & Sat 2 Dec | 10am-6pm | South London Gallery    Are you a young filmmaker interested in learning about filmmaking, scriptwriting and film theory?…

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FILM AFRICA ON DEMAND
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FILM AFRICA ON DEMAND

Film Africa is working with VOD platform Okiki to bring sixty of the best contemporary African titles to global audiences Since its inception in 2011, Film Africa has screened…

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2017 CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS OPEN
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2017 CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS OPEN

Want to see your film on the big screen? Submissions for Film Africa 2017 are now open! Film Africa is The Royal African Society’s annual festival celebrating the…

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CELEBRATING INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY
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CELEBRATING INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

In celebration of International Women’s Day 2017, we honour Priscilla Anany, director of Children of the Mountain which won the 2016 Film Africa Audience Award for Best Feature Film.  Priscilla…

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2017 SCHOOL SCREENINGS AND WORKSHOPS BOOKING NOW
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2017 SCHOOL SCREENINGS AND WORKSHOPS BOOKING NOW

Film Africa is the Royal African Society’s annual festival celebrating the best African cinema from across the continent and the diaspora. This year, we are proud to be…

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PARTNER WITH US IN 2017
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PARTNER WITH US IN 2017

Running Film Africa is a delightful, exciting, and important undertaking for The Royal African Society that is only possible because of the support of numerous individuals and institutions.…

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Review of Hissein Habré, A Chadian Tragedy
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Review of Hissein Habré, A Chadian Tragedy

  “What I did not know was that the wolf was among the sheep”, with these words Mahamat-Saleh Haroun takes us on an emotional journey through his film…

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A Preview of Hissene Habre: A Chadian Tragedy
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A Preview of Hissene Habre: A Chadian Tragedy

Mahamat-Saleh Haroun’s films always hit the viewer like breaking glass; there is no escape from the harsh reality of life in Chad. This latest film is no exception,…

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A Preview of Children of the Mountain
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A Preview of Children of the Mountain

A woman’s purpose appears to be clear and simple, according to the collective imagination. We fall in love with a prince, we marry him, have lots of children…

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