In the lead-up to, and during, Film Africa 2013, we’ll be finding out more about our talented directors through snappy interviews.
First up is Pierre-Emmanuel Urcun, co-director of the compelling 2Morrow Far Away, an upbeat, innovative hybrid of documentary and fiction following the fortunes of four young people from a Parisian suburb who, in 2010, had the opportunity to become reporters at the football World Cup in South Africa.
The film screens in our main programme on Sat 9 November at 17:00 at Ritzy Cinema. We’re delighted to be welcoming Pierre-Emmanuel for a post-screening Q&A. For more information, and to buy tickets, click here.
1. What is your favourite African film of all time?
The Little Girl Who Sold The Sun by Djibril Diop Mambéty.
2. Who is your biggest influence as a filmmaker?
Stanley Kubrick, Sergio Leone et Jean Rouch.
3. Which film (apart from your own!) are you most looking forward to from the Film Africa programme?
Touki Bouki by Djibril Diop Mambéty.
4. If you could have three people round for dinner, who would they be?
Bob Marley, Charles Bukowski and Miriam Makeba.
5. What was the last piece of music you heard and really loved?