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Afrika Eye Film Festival 2010
See more African films from an African point of view. This year we look at South Africa and football. Out themes are reconciliation and rebuilding.

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See our website for programme
www.afrikaeye.org


FESTIVAL PROGRAMME 2010


Date Time Event Price Venue

Mon 18th – Fri 22nd Oct 2010
n/a
Video Production Workshop
***SOLD OUT***
n/a

Sat 23rd Oct 2010 2pm,
onwards 5-a-side football tournament, followed by a Zimbabwean meal, and screening of Yellow Card (John Riber, Zimbabwe)
Free, £20 to register a 5-a-side team
Netham Park Pavillion, Bristol

Fri 29th Oct 2010
8:30pm, till 1am
Benda Bilili! (Renaud Barret/Florent de la Toulaye, Democratic Republic of Congo),
followed by the Afrika Eye 2010 OPENING PARTY with music from Explosive Nzakomba (live band) and AfroMike (DJ).
£7.00/£5.50 (include priority entry to party)
Watershed Cinema, Bristol

Sat 30th Oct 2010
1pm
Le Ballon D’Or (Dir: Cheik Doukoure, Republic of Guinea)
£7.00/£5.50
Watershed Cinema, Bristol

3pm
EYEFULL 2010: A collection of African and Diaspora short films £4.50/£3.50

3pm
Reconciliation & Rebuilding: Between Joyce & Remembrance (Mark Kaplan, South Africa)
£10.00/£8.50 for all three events
or
£4.50/£3.50 for each event
+
4:30pm
Followed by a panel discussion facilitated by Terryl Bacon, UWE.
+
6:30pm
Rewind (Liza Key, South Africa)

8pm
Surfing Soweto (Sara Blecher and Dimakatso Raphoto, South Africa)
+
Portrait of a Young Man Drowning (Teboho Mahlatsi, South Africa) £7.00/£5.50
(both events)

10:30pm
Late night screening:
Bunny Chow (John Barker, S. Africa)
£7.00/£5.50

Sun 31st Oct 2010
11am
Behind the Rainbow (Jihan el-Tahri, Egypt/South Africa)
£4.50/£3.50
Watershed Cinema, Bristol

1pm
Courting Justice (Jane Thandi Lipman, South Africa/Spain)
+
Africa is a Woman’s Name (Wanjiru Kinyanjui/Bridget Pickering/Ingrid Sinclair, Kenya/South Africa/Zimbabwe)
£4.50/£3.50
(both events)

3:30pm
A Slice of Fela (Gerard Schmidt, USA)
Followed by a discussion with The New Black
£7.00/£5.50

6pm
Seapoint Days (Francois Verster, South Africa)
£7.00/£5.50

Sun 7th Nov 2010 tbc For those who missed the October screening…
Rewind (Liza Key, South Africa)
Followed by a panel discussion on the topic of reconcilitaion.
£5/£4
Church of St. Stephen, St. Stephens Street, Bristol