Film Africa 2016: Round-Up of Day 5

About last night, we brought you more timely and urgent discussions, captivating pictures and glamour!

My Name is Adil screening brought an honest personal story to the screen, followed by an engaging dialogue with Director and star: Adil Azzab with his fellow team.

 

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Tweets of the night:

 

 

 

 

Next, our screening of Gidi Blues – A lagos Love Story brought glam and lots of laughter, followed by a discussion with director Femi Odugbemi and film’s stars Gideon Okeke and Allahbura Hauwa.

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Over at the Ritzy cinema, two screenings: Shashamane and Gurumbé: Afro-Andalusian Memories was a hit!!

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Andalusian anthropologist and documentary filmmaker, Miguel Angel Rosales ("GURUMBÉ: AFRO-ANDALUSIAN MEMORIES") during The Royal African Society’s Annual Film Festival 2016. London, Tuesday 1 November 2016. (Photos/Ivan Gonzalez)
Andalusian anthropologist and documentary filmmaker, Miguel Angel Rosales (“GURUMBÉ: AFRO-ANDALUSIAN MEMORIES”) (Photos/Ivan Gonzalez)

 

MALI BLUES | PREVIEW

Wed 2 Nov | 18:00 | BFI Southbank     BOOK NOW

 

KATI KATI | UK PREMIERE

Wed 2 Nov | 18:30 | Hackney Picturehouse     BOOK NOW

Thur 3 Nov | 20:45 | Ritzy Brixton                           BOOK NOW

ASMARINA | LONDON PREMIERE

Wed 2 Nov | 18:30 | Ritzy Brixton                                                  BOOK NOW

Thur 3 Nov | 19:00 | Bernie Grant Arts Centre                       BOOK NOW    

 

LA ISLA DE PEREJIL | UK PREMIERE

Wed 2 Nov | 20:30 | Hackney Picturehouse     BOOK NOW

 

NAKOM | LONDON PREMIERE

Wed 2 Nov | 20:30 | Ritzy Brixton       BOOK NOW