1st Oshana Film Festival, 17-21 March 2017 2017
AfricAvenir hosts the Oshana Film Week in Oshakati, Ongwediva and Ondangwa in Northern Namibia.
Opening film:The train of salt and sugar, by LicĂnio Azevedo, Mozambique, at Epic Cinema, in Ongwediva. Tickets for the opening film. Rest of movies ENTRANCE FREE.
Film: "Noem my Skollie/ Call me thief", by Daryne Joshua, South Africa
Film: "Sins of Flesh", by Khaled El Hagar, from Egypt
Film: "The President", Jean-Pierre Bekolo, from Cameroon, in Ongwediva
Film: "The Power Stone", Namibian documentary by Andrew Botelle, followed by a panel discussion. This true story follows the journey of a sacred stone belonging to the Kwanyama people of northern Namibia and southern Angola. The Entrance is free!
Film: "VAYA", by Akin Omotoso, South Africa
Film: "Jogo de Corpo", by Richard Pakleppa, in Ondangwa Closing night:The Unseen, by Perivi Katjavivi, Namibia, at the Sam Nujoma Multi Purpose Centre in Ongwediva, at 7pm
Namibian films on DVD now available in Oshana Region. Ongwediva, Queridas Engen, next to CTM. Share the good news. First formalized Namibian DVD selling point in the North.
Festival Director: Hans-Christian Mahnke
For more information contact AfricAvenir on 0813048894, 0855630949 or email firstname.lastname@example.org