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.

AfricAvenir Windhoek curates African Short Film Section at Sercine, Brasil, 19 to 25 July

The 4th edition of Sercine – Festival Sergipe de Audiovisual will take place in Sergipe, Brasil from 19 to 25 July. AfricAvenir Windhoek is partner of Sercine and contributes to the Festival with an African Short Film Section. In... |+| read article

AfricAvenir attends DIFF 2014 with support of the Goethe Centre Windhoek

The Durban International Film Festival will take place for the 35th time from 17 to 27 July 2014. The Namibian section of AfricAvenir will once again be attending the festival and is looking forward to this great festival, as it offers... |+| read article

Windhoek Screening: "Miners Shot Down" by Rehad Desai, Wednesday, 9 July, 18h30, at the FNCC, Windhoek

miners shot down

After presenting the film to various restricted audiences in Namibia, AfricAvenir and the FNCC invite to another screening of Miners Shot Down (South Africa, 2014, 85 min, directed by Rehad Desai), on 9 July, 18h30, at the FNCC, Windhoek. ... |+| read article

AfricAvenir's Mahnke Wins Award as Best Film Promoter at Zanzibar International FilmFest, 22 June

AfricAvenir would like to congratulate the director of the Namibian branch, Hans-Christian Mahnke for being recognized at the Africa Film Development Awards held at the closing event of Zanzibar International Film Festival on 22 June 2014 with the award for... |+| read article

ETISAL African Film Fund at Luxor African Film Festival opens call until June 30th 2014


AfricAvenir as a partner and signatory of to ETISAL herewith announces the open call for applications for the ETIAL Film Fund. This year, the Luxor African Film Festival has decided to start its ETISAL Fund which aims to support up and rising... |+| read article

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