Event Date and time: November 2 | 8:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Venue details: Ritzy Cinema | Brixton Oval, Coldharbour Lane London, SW2 1JG

Organisers: Film Africa0203 073 8337 | |

The Royal African Society | 20 3073 8335 |

Event website: NAKOM – FILM AFRICA 2016

Event cost: £13

Dir. Kelly Daniela Norris, TW Pittman
Ghana, USA. 2016. 90 mins. Kusaal, English with English subtitles. N/C 15+

After his father’s sudden death, Iddrisu, a talented medical student, returns to his home village in northern Ghana. Faced with a debt that could destroy his family, Iddrisu must turn their farm and fortunes around. Over the course of a growing season, Iddrisu confronts both the tragedy and beauty of village life, and must finally choose between two very different futures. A fine example of Ghana’s burgeoning film scene.

Screening with short:

Dir. Joseph Akwasi Akiwumi

Ghana. 2014. 4 mins. English. N/C 15+

Of portrait of Ghanaian artist Agyei Boateng who  was commissioned by the Ghana Ministry of External Affairs in 1965 to craft and symbolise the ideals of Democracy and African Unity in an art form, symbols that remain the very foundation of these ideals today.

Film Africa is the Royal African Society’s  annual festival celebrating the best African cinema from across the continent. Launched in 2011, Film Africa is now the UK’s largest festival of African film and culture. Every year, Film Africa brings London audiences a core programme of fiction and documentary films alongside a vibrant series of accompanying events, including director Q&As, panel discussions, talks, workshops, master classes, family activities and Film Africa LIVE! music nights.
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