Film Festival Film 2019

Mpumelelo Mcata, Perivi Katjavivi | South Africa/Namibia 2019 | 46m

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Film Festival Film

Synopsis

Fanon is an ambitious young African filmmaker attending an international film festival. She is desperately looking for a producer to fund her debut feature film but the more that Fanon explores and observes the festival space the more she begins to question whether she will ever find her place in this world. A self-reflexive project documenting the film industry from the point of view of a black African female filmmaker called Fanon. 


This film will be available to view here for 48 hours from the listed date. It is free to watch but donations are welcomed. 

The film is accompanied by a Q&A with Perivi Katjavivi and Mpumelelo Mcata, co-directors of Film Festival Film chaired by Dr. Julie MacArthur, Professor of African History and Film and former director of the Cambridge African Film Festival. Scroll down page to view. 

Past Showings

Monday 19th October 2020 / 7pm for 48 hours / Online


Q&A with Perivi Katjavivi and Mpumelelo Mcata, co-directors of Film Festival Film chaired by Dr. Julie MacArthur, Professor of African History and Film and former director of the Cambridge African Film Festival.