The Cambridge African Film Festival (CAFF) is the oldest annual African film festival in the UK. It was initiated in May 2002 by a small group of graduate students at the University of Cambridge as a way of screening the best contemporary African films, increasing knowledge and awareness of African and black culture in the UK, providing a UK audience for African filmmakers, and offering an important counterbalance to the Western media’s stereotyping of Africa. Now in its thirteenth year, and promising to continue for many years to come, the CAFF has won a reputation as a high-profile and important cinematic and educational event. Taking place in and amongst the magical 800-year-old buildings and natural surroundings of the University of Cambridge, the CAFF offers a very special experience to guests and visitors.
The festival is partnered with Film Africa.
See http://www.cambridgeafricanfilmfestival.org.uk/ for full festival programme, ticket prices and location.
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