Navigating Africa in Motion (AiM) 2020 online
This year AiM will be held entirely online and will be available to audiences across the UK.
The festival will run from 30 October - 29 November, with new films and events taking place each day. We encourage our audience to “Watch Live” along with us at the time and date listed on the event page, but all films will be available for 48 hours after this, playable directly on the Africa in Motion website.
All films in the programme are geo-blocked to the UK only.
TicketS & PASSES
Access to films can be purchased* in the following ways:
Buy a Ticket (£2-8): Individual tickets will be available for every feature film, documentary and short film package, and can be purchased on a sliding scale price of ‘pay what you can’ (£2, £4, £6, £8) by credit/debit card, Apple Pay and Google Pay. You can purchase tickets for all Films and Events in advance of or on the screening date and you will be emailed a unique viewing link (Note: if you purchase in advance, you will be emailed your link 2 hours before it goes live). If the event features more than one film (e.g. a shorts package), your viewing link will give you access to all Included Films. Please note that all viewing links will expire 48 hours after the listed Watch Live date and time, regardless of when the ticket is purchased.
Buy a Festival Pass (£15/£10): This year’s Africa in Motion Festival Pass will provide you with access to all Films and Events** in the festival for the price of £20 (£15 concession***). After purchase, you will receive a unique login link that will enable you to view and watch the full programme. New films will be added each day and will expire 48 hours after their listed Watch Live date and time.
Gift a Ticket (£8): You can purchase a gift ticket for a friend, colleague or family member. You can do this simply by paying for the ticket and entering the email of the person you are purchasing the ticket for and it will be sent directly to them.
Gift a Festival Pass (£15/£10): You can purchase a Festival Pass for a friend, colleague or family member. You can do this simply by paying for the Pass and entering the email of the person you are purchasing for and it will be sent directly to them. Please note that all films are geo-blocked, so will only be available to people in the UK.
Discussions: All discussions and Q&As will be streamed for free, live to the Africa in Motion Facebook page at the Watch Live time listed on the Event page. As always, we encourage audiences to watch along live for the opportunity to interact with and put questions to our speakers, however recordings of the session will remain available to view on Facebook afterwards, and also uploaded to our Vimeo page for those who don't have access to Facebook.
For any queries or issues with ticketing, please contact: email@example.com
*Excludes all films in this year’s Short Film Competition, which are free to watch for all.
**This excludes all Workshops, which require separate registration e.g. our Create Your Own Superhero workshop.
***Concession priced Festival Passes are available to: students, under 16s, senior citizens over 65 and anyone in receipt of Universal Credit, Job Seeker's Allowance, Employment and Support Allowance or Carer's Allowance.
Films listed with this icon will have full closed captions available. All feature-length films and documentaries will have full closed captions. In addition, all other films in our programme that contain dialogue will have English subtitles.
Find out how to turn on subtitles and captions on Vimeo.
Events listed with this icon will have BSL interpretation. Some Q&As and discussions (where indicated) will have live BSL interpretation. If you require a BSL interpreter for any event where one is not already provided, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any other questions regarding access, please contact: email@example.com