Projects in Namibia

This page features the latest news about the projects implemented by the Namibian section of AfricAvenir. Since 2007, AfricAvenir is concentrating on the organisation of a film series named "African Perspectives" which we organise in cooperation with the Goethe-Centre and other institutions. Until June 2012 the screenings of ths film series took place in studio 77 and are now shown in the Goethe-Centre.

“Namibia in Motion 2/5”: Screening of “The Power Stone. A history of the Kwanyama Kingdom”, Tuesday 24 June 2014, 9pm, Neues Kino, Basel, Switzerland

AfricAvenir, African Cinema Basel and the Basler Afrika Bibliographien (BAB) present the screening of “The Power Stone. A history of the Kwanyama Kingdom” by Andrew Botelle & Kelly Kowalsky on Tuesday, 24 June 2014, 9pm at Neues Kino Basel,... |+| read article

Namibian premiere: “The Hillside Crowd” by Berni Goldblat, Wednesday, 11. June 2014, 18h30, at the FNCC Windhoek

AfricAvenir, in partnership with the Franco Namibian Cultural Centre (FNCC) presents the Namibian premiere of “The Hillside Crowd” by Berni Goldblat, on Wednesday, 11. June 2014, 18h30, at the FNCC, entrance 20,- Nam$. A makeshift... |+| read article

Inspiring Young Imaginations: Once Upon A Time in Africa – Timbuktu, 20 minutes, Saturday, 07 June 2014 at 10 am, FNCC

once upon a time in africa

After the successful launch of the monthly film series "Inspiring Young Imaginations – African Films for Children and Youth", AfricAvenir and the FNCC have formed a partnership with “I am the Key” Kids TV Show and will present the next films as a... |+| read article

Namibian Premiere of the South African feature “Durban Poison” by Andrew Worsdale, Saturday, 31 May 2014, 7 p.m., Goethe-Centre, Windhoek

durban poison

AfricAvenir invites to the Namibian Premiere of “Durban Poison”, winner of the Best South African Feature award at Durban International Film Festival 2013. The film, directed by Andrew Worsdale, features in the male lead role Brandon Auret, known from his... |+| read article

“Women in Namibian Film”- three short films by female directors from Namibia, 14 May, 18h30, FNCC Windhoek

In order to promote public awareness in Namibia about Namibian film heritage, AfricAvenir and the FNCC screen Namibian cinematic products on a bimonthly basis. The month of May will see the focus on “Women in Namibian Film”. On 14 May,... |+| read article

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