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Tentative Thoughts on Metalepsis in Black by Finn Daniels-Yeomans

7 months ago

Finn Daniels-Yeomans is sharing some tentative thoughts regarding Aryan Kaganof’s difficult yet vital documentary about Fallism in contemporary South Africa, Metalepsis in Black. Metalepsis in Black –...

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STAFF PICK: KATIE, Marketing Volunteer

7 months ago

This is my second year with Africa in Motion and in this short time I’ve already had the opportunity to experience some fantastic films from across Africa. I’m also a huge fan of horror and sci-fi fil...

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Staff Pick: Lizelle, Founder of Africa in Motion Film Festival

7 months ago

The film that I am most excited about in this year’s festival is Mossane, made in 1996 by the Senegalese director Safi Faye. This film is one of our ‘lost classics’, as it has never been released in t...

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ENJOY AiM 2017 ‘FREE FEST’ IN GLASGOW

7 months ago

Tragically the festival is coming at the end of the month and we can picture you browsing the programme and thinking you will miss on the fun? Don't worry we thought of everything with 16 free events ...

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Staff Pick: Myriam, AiM Trainee

7 months ago

My pick of the fest is the stunning debut feature of writer and filmmaker Abdellah Taïa. Set in Casablanca, L’Armée du Salut (Salvation Army) tells the story of a young gay Moroccan boy who is teased ...

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