Poppie Nongena 2020
Christiaan Olwagen | South Africa 2020 | 1h35m | Afrikaans and English with English subtitles | 15
Based on a true story from 1970s apartheid South Africa, Poppie Nongena is an Afrikaans/Xhosa South African woman whose life revolves around her family and finding stability in a period of immense upheaval in South Africa when women were forced - by arrests, fines and forced removal - to leave their homes and resettle in remote areas designated as black homelands. When her husband becomes too ill to work, Poppie is deemed by the law to be an illegal resident in her own country. Poppie Nongena was adapted from the multi-award winning novel by Afrikaans writer Elsa Joubert.
Lead actress Clementine Mosimane will join us for a special edition of The F Show on Thursday 12 November at 6pm for a conversation about the representation of elder generations on screen, as part of our film strand "Mamas”.
This event is held in partnership with the University of Strathclyde.
Wednesday 11th November 2020
How AIM 2020 works
Films will be available to watch for 48 hours from the Watch Live date and time.
Discussions and Masterclasses will be streamed live to our Facebook page on the Watch Live date and time.
Workshops are closed and require registration.
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