Film Africa is brought to you by the Royal African Society. The 2017 edition has been made possible through the financial support of the BFI Audience Fund, Miles Morland Foundation, Sigrid Rausing Trust, Air France and Standard Chartered. Film Africa 2017 also benefits from a strategic partnership between the British Council and the Royal African Society and other collaborative partnerships forged with a number of venues, companies, institutions and organisations – all of which are listed below. We would like to express our deepest gratitude to all our partners and the many individuals who contribute to making Film Africa a success, year on year!
We are proud to announce that Film Africa has been awarded the BFI Screen Diversity mark for good practice, meeting four out of four of the Diversity Standards.

Principle Partners

Miles Morland
BFI
British Council
Sigrid Rausling
Air France
Standard Chartered

Supporters

What We Seee
Arts and Humanities Research Council
University of Glasgow
Foyle Foundation

Sponsors 

Morton Hotel
Karma Cola
Matugga Rum
Divine Chocolate

Venues

Ritzy
BFI
Rich Mix
Bernie Grant Arts Centre
Cine Lumiere
SLG

Media Partners

Wiriko
TRACE TV
Alt Africa

 

Programme Partners

Africa in Motion
Africa's Lost Classics
Afrika Eye
Cambridge African Film Festival
CAS
De Charles
Film London
Into Film
National Film and Television School
October Gallery
Okiki App
SOAS
Wales African Film Festival