Day 10: Catch Up on Film Africa

Film Africa 2020 – Day 10: Curating African Cinema Masterclass, To Be Kenyan, Christian, Queer, Baobab Award Winner Announcement, Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature, Barakat – Sunday 8 November 2020

Our festival concluded with a day of masterclasses, discussions and announcing the winner of the Baobab Award. Along with our closing film Amy Jephta’s Barakat.

A conversation about film curation approaches and sharing of experiences by Aseye Tamakloe, who is also a filmmaker and lecturer in film, and Katarina Hedrén, who combines curation with film criticism. Facilitated by Nyambura M. Waruingi.

Director Morad Mostafa and Sawsan Yusuf producer of this year’s Baobab Award winner HENET WARD joined Gakuru Gachoki, Director of Kenya’s Slum Film Festival for a live online Q&A following a watch party of his winning film.

Aiwan Obinyan and Peter Murimi in conversation about their films, Kenyan, Christian, Queer and I am Samuel, alongside Kenyan LGBTQ activists working on the ground.

We closed Film Africa 2020 with a director Q&A with Amy Jephta and Film Africa Co-Curator Nyambura M. Waruingi discussing Barakat.

Film Africa 2020 Recap

Day 10: Catch Up on Film Africa


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