currently researching african animation : interested in compiling a database of practitioners in various sub-saharan countries : welcome any postings from practitioners

Monday, October 24, 2016

AFRICA IN MOTION 2016.... Great Festival - Great Line-up!

AFRICA IN MOTION 28 October - 6 November

This year Africa in Motion (AIM) has a fantastic line up of films and animation from the continent. In the past the festival has had animation programs that included a range of work for children and adult audiences, alongside the opportunity to get stuck in with workshops where you could be making you own animations with different African artists. The festival runs in Scotland and is by far a go-to festival for anyone interested in African film and animation. This year amongst its other films, it will include animations such as 

 - Khumba; Anthony Silverston | South Africa | 2013 | 1h25m | U http://www.africa-in-motion.org.uk/programme/glasgow/?eid=99


 - Yellow Fever; Ng'endo Mukii| UK 2012 | 7m | Animation | PG
http://www.africa-in-motion.org.uk/programme/glasgow/?eid=41

 - Early Autumn; Jac Hamman | South Africa 2014 | 2m | Afrikaans with English subtitles | Animation | 15
http://www.africa-in-motion.org.uk/programme/glasgow/?eid=42

 - An Ordinary Blue Monday; Naomi van Niekerk | South Africa 2014 | 3m | Afrikaans with English subtitles | Animation | PG
http://www.africa-in-motion.org.uk/programme/glasgow/?eid=44

 - The Migrant Business; Ng'endo Mukii | Kenya 2015 | 6m | 15
http://www.africa-in-motion.org.uk/programme/glasgow/?eid=8

 - Zarafa; Remi Bezancon and Jean-Christophe Lie | France 2015 | 1h20m | Animation | U
http://www.africa-in-motion.org.uk/programme/edinburgh/?eid=9




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