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.

Namibian Premiere: “My Name is NOT Ali” by Viola Shafik, Sat, 23.02.2013, 19h00, Goethe-Centre

my name is not ali

On Saturday, 23 February 2013 at 7 pm AfricAvenir invites to the Namibian Premiere of the Egyptian-German documentary „My Name is Not Ali“ (Germany/Egypt, 2011, Original with English subtitles, 94 min) by Viola... |+| read article

AfricAvenir Windhoek and the Goethe-Centre Windhoek presents Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s "Angst Essen Seele Auf“ - "Ali: Fear Eats Soul"

AfricAvenir Windhoek and the Goethe-Centre Windhoek presents Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s "Angst Essen Seele Auf“ - "Ali: Fear Eats Soul" Directed, written, set-design, music and produced by Rainer Werner Fassbinder,... |+| read article

Namibian Premiere: "The Cradock Four" by David Forbes, 13.02.2013, 18h30, FNCC

the cradock four

On Wednesday, 13. February 2013, 18h30 AfricAvenir Windhoek and the Franco Namibian Cultural Centre present the Namibian Premiere of the South African dramatic South African documentary "The Cradock... |+| read article

AfricAvenir & Spoken Word present “Words in Motion - Poetry meets Film”

words in motion

On Wednesday, 06 February, AfricAvenir & Spoken Word will present a first in Namibia. In the opening show of Spoken Word in 2013 we will show four magnificent African short films, in between we will have local wordweavers presents... |+| read article

Namibia Premiere: "Cabralista" – Present & Collective Memory by Valerio Lopes, Saturday, 26 January 2013, 19h00, Goethe-Centre, Windhoek

As the 2013 opening film in the series “African Perspectives”, AfricAvenir presents the Namibian Premiere of “Cabralista – Present & Collective Memory”, in Memory of Amilcar Cabral, one of the most brilliant African... |+| read article

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