African Perspectives - Contemporary African Films

In 2007 AfricAvenir Windhoek initiated "African Perspectives", a monthly African filmseries in Windhoek in cooperation with Studio 77, which attracts more and more attention from the public. The Film Series provides a platform for critical African perspectives on social, cultural and historical issues, which we deem relevant for the Namibian society. Since July 2012 the films are now beeing screened in the Goethe-Centre.

Namibian Premiere of the Rwandan Feature “Imbabbazi - The Pardon”, Saturday, 26 April 2014 at 7 pm, Goethe-Centre Windhoek

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AfricAvenir is commemorating the 20th anniversary of the 1994-Rwandan Genocide in April 2014. On this occasion AfricAvenir invites to the Namibian Premiere of the Rwandan film „Imbabazi - The Pardon“ at the Goethe-Centre Windhoek... |+| 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

Nambian premier: “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

Namibian Re-Screening of the Tunisian feature “The Professor”, Wednesday, 09 April, 18h30, at the FNCC Windhoek

the professor

After the Namibian Premiere of “The Professor” last week, AfricAvenir and the FNCC invite to a ReScreening of the Tunisian filmThe Professor“ on Wednesday, 09 April, 18h30 at the FNCC, Robert Mugabe Avenue, Windhoek. The... |+| read article

"Inspiring Young Imaginations – African Films for Children and Youth" - AfricAvenir Windhoek and FNCC to start Youth Film Series

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Do you and your kids want to spend time together at the movies? Are you and your kids looking forward to discover great movies from Africa? AfricAvenir and the Franco Namibian Cultural Centre (FNCC) will start a monthly African Film Series for Children and... |+| read article

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