FILM AFRICA FESTIVAL BLOG – FOUR CORNERS REVIEW
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FILM AFRICA FESTIVAL BLOG – FOUR CORNERS REVIEW

Another feature of the South Africa @20 Freedom Tour is the urban drama FOUR CORNERS.…

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FILM AFRICA FESTIVAL BLOG – KADJIKE REVIEW
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FILM AFRICA FESTIVAL BLOG – KADJIKE REVIEW

FILM AFRICA FESTIVAL BLOG – N: THE MADNESS OF REASON (POST SCREENING REVIEW)
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FILM AFRICA FESTIVAL BLOG – N: THE MADNESS OF REASON (POST SCREENING REVIEW)

Film Africa loves feedback. It helps us to strive to be better as a festival.…

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FILM AFRICA FESTIVAL BLOG – DAY FOUR
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FILM AFRICA FESTIVAL BLOG – DAY FOUR

Film Africa is certainly hitting it’s stride. To demonstrate this we hosted two premieres; one…

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FILM AFRICA FESTIVAL BLOG – DAY THREE
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FILM AFRICA FESTIVAL BLOG – DAY THREE

The Rice Boy (Le Petit Bonhomme de Riz) | UK PREMIERE
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The Rice Boy (Le Petit Bonhomme de Riz) | UK PREMIERE

The Rice Boy (Le Petit Bonhomme de Riz),  UK PREMIERE Dir. Rianando Ludovic Randriamanantsoa Madagascar.…

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JOHANNESBURG: Berea
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JOHANNESBURG: Berea

JOHANNESBURG: Berea Dir. Vincent Moloi South Africa. 2013. 13min. Colour. English. Long after his friends…

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Film Africa Festival Blog [4 DAYS TO GO]
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Film Africa Festival Blog [4 DAYS TO GO]

Drawing ever nearer and nearer. Film Africa 2014 is so close you can almost taste…

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Life and Death in the 90s: Insightful and affecting award-winning Algerian shorts
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Life and Death in the 90s: Insightful and affecting award-winning Algerian shorts

Mon 3 Nov| 18:00| Hackney Picturehouse “Life and death in the 90s”: insightful and affecting…

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“And life goes on”: beautifully observed shorts quietly reflecting on contemporary life [Algerian Shorts]
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“And life goes on”: beautifully observed shorts quietly reflecting on contemporary life [Algerian Shorts]

Wed 5 Nov| 18:15| The Roxy “And life goes on”: beautifully observed shorts quietly reflecting…

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