A number of the films that we will be screening as part of the Africa at the Pictures festival will be introduced by the filmmaker and followed by a Q&A session, an ideal opportunity to pick the brains of some of Africa’s leading film makers!
These screenings are as follows:
Khalo Metabane will be introducing Conversations on a Sunday Afternoon at 21.00 on 10 November, followed by a Q&A session.
Ben Diogaye Beye will be introducing Un Amour d’Enfant at 14.00 on 11 November, followed by a Q&A session.
Tunde Kelani will be here to introduce The Narrow Path at 14.00 on 12 November, followed by a Q&A session.
Newton Aduaka will be here to introduce Rage at 21.00 on 13 November, followed by a Q&A session. (TBC)
Lovinsa Kavuma will be to introduce Rape for who I Am on 14 November as part of the Shorts Programme which starts at 18.30.
Taghred Elsanhouri will be here to introduce All about Dafur at 21.00 on 14 November.
Admission is free. For screenings on 11 November and 12 November will be issuing tickets. Tickets will be available from reception or upon request.
Screenings at Greenland Street on 10, 13, 14, 15 November will not require tickets and seats will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
The film schedule is available at www.africaatthepictures.co.uk