Event Date: Saturday 21th January 2017 | 02:00PM – 04:00PM

Venue details: The British Museum, Stevenson Lecture Theatre | Great Russell St, London | WC1B 3DG

Organisers: The British Museum | Film Africa | The Royal African Society 

Event website: Future Sounds of Mzansi 

Event cost:  £3 | Members/Concessions £2

Explore the South African cultural landscape through the lens of its burgeoning electronic music scene, with internationally acclaimed artist Spoek Mathambo.

Featuring a range of talent from what has become the country’s staple of popular culture, the film showcases an array of DJs, musicians and producers, including Aero Manyelo, Black Coffee, Christian Tiger School, Rude Boys and many more. Immersing the audience in the different realities of a country still steeped in poverty, crime and injustice, these are the creative pioneers who are sculpting the future sound of Mzansi.

Presented in collaboration with Film Africa, the Royal African Society’s annual film festival.

Directors: Lebogang Rasetuba & Spoek Mathambo
South Africa, 98 mins, Cert 15



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