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Africa in Motion 2009 – Edinburgh 22 Oct to 1 Nov 2009


Africa In Motion

Edinburgh Film Festival

 This year is the United Nations International Year of Reconciliation, and the festival is taking as its main theme issues of trauma, conflict and reconciliation in a pan-African context. A number of films from across the continent will address these issues, screened over the first weekend of the festival, with the film screenings accompanied by panel and audience discussions. Our symposium on the first Saturday of the festival will explore how artistic representation is used in Africa as a way to overcome trauma and find ways towards peace-making and reconciliation. As our audiences have become accustomed to, the festival will further include a wide range of brilliant feature films, old and new, and thought-provoking documentaries.

For the second year, we are hosting a short film competition for emerging African filmmakers with the winner announced at the festival and the audience getting an opportunity to vote for their favourite too. A number of African filmmakers will be in attendance to talk to audiences about their work. Performances by African musicians and a photography and painting exhibition by two South African artists will further contribute to our diverse programme.

The full programme  for 2009 will be announced in mid-September.

http://www.africa-in-motion.org.uk/index.php

 Films  including Animations, short stories and feature films will be shown.  A sample of the films shown in 2008 are @  AiM Youtube channel – http://www.youtube.com/user/AiMfilmfest

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September 15, 2009 - Posted by | 1 | , , , , , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. Will keep updating as the list of films and schedules are released.

    Please keep checking.

    Comment by filmingafrica | September 15, 2009 | Reply

  2. Dear All, We’re a Child and Youth focused non profit, we will be working with war affected Children, conducting a children’s painting competition on peace as we mark the Global Peace Day 21st September 2010. We’re looking for an open door of children painting material donations. For details on this event, visit our weblink below:-
    http://www.aymu.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=106&Itemid=152

    For any feedback, you can reach you by global.peaceday@aymu.org

    Albert

    Comment by africayouthmin | August 26, 2010 | Reply


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