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: "Imam and I" – A film by Khalid Shamis, Wednesday, 07 November 2012, 18h30, FNCC, Windhoek
On Wednesday, 07 November 2012 at 18h30, AfricAvenir and the FNCC present the film premiere, Imam and I – A film by Khalid Shamis (South Africa, 2011, 80 min). “Imam and I” is the debut feature length documentary by independent...
Press Release: AfricAvenir presents films from the Namibian Movie Collection at the 7th edition of DISCOP AFRICA, Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa, 31.10.-02.11.2012
In November 2009, AfricAvenir, in cooperation with Joe-Vision Production and the Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre (FNCC) launched a joint project called “Namibian Movie Collection” (NMC), which was placed at the Multimedia Library of the FNCC and at several...
Namibian Premiere: “Sobukwe - A Great Soul", SAT 27 October 2012, 8 p.m., Goethe-Centre, Windhoek. Special Guest: Gcina Mhlophe
On Saturday, 27 October 2012 at 8 pm AfricAvenir invites to the Namibian Premiere of the South African drama-documentary „Sobukwe – A Great Soul“ (South Africa, 2011, English and Zulu with English subtitles, 104 min) by...
Egyptian Film Night in 2 Parts: "On the road to …. Downtown" (17h30) and "The Virgin, the Copts and Me" (19h00), SAT, 29 September 2012, from 17:30h, Goethe-Centre, Windhoek
On Saturday, 29 September 2012 from 17h30 AfricAvenir presents an Egyptian Film Night, Part I & II. featuring the Namibian Premieres of the two multiple award winning documentaries: "On the road to …....|+| read article
Making Whiteness Visible: Critical Whiteness courses offered in Namibia
“White is not a color. White is a political definition, which represents historical, political and social privileges of a certain group that has access to dominant structures and institutions of society. Whiteness represents the reality and history of a...|+| read article