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Afrika Eye 2012
Please note: this season finished in Nov 2012
Bristol's own African film festival returns with another vibrant line-up of cinema, music, workshops and discussion. The two key themes this year are a look at fifty years of independence for Jamaica, including the 'Better Has Come' strand, curated by Graeme Evelyn, and 'State of Mind', an inspiring look at African trauma healing.
Special combo ticket offers available for the Better Has Come (Life & Debt, Better Mus' Come and Jamaican Creative Industries Seminar & Panel) and State of Mind: African Healing (Weapon of War, State of Mind and State of Mind Seminar) strands.
Double Points for all Loyalty Card holders for all Afrika Eye screenings and events!
FFI please see afrikaeye.org.uk
Afrika Eye is hosted by Watershed in partnership with Bristol City Council, Bristol Libraries, African Voices Forum, BCFM, Plantation Restaurant, Arts Council of England, Creative England, Bristol Business News, WOMAD Foundation, Ujima Radio and UWE's Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education.
Shown in Afrika Eye 2012
|African Interactive||Fri 9 Nov 2012 14:00|
|La Pirogue||Fri 9 Nov 2012 20:30|
|Opening Night After Party||Fri 9 Nov 2012 22:15|
|For The Love of Dub||Sat 10 Nov 2012 11:00|
|Jamaican Mask Making Workshop||Sat 10 Nov 2012 13:30|
|Jamaican Dance Workshop||Sat 10 Nov 2012 13:30|
|Weapon of War||Sat 10 Nov 2012 14:30|
|Footsteps of the Emperor + Director's Q&A||Sat 10 Nov 2012 15:00|
|Eyefull Shorts||Sat 10 Nov 2012 15:15|
|State of Mind||Sat 10 Nov 2012 15:45|
|State of Mind Seminar||Sat 10 Nov 2012 17:00|
|Jamaican Creative Industries Seminar & Panel||Sat 10 Nov 2012 18:30|
|Better Mus' Come + Q&A||Sat 10 Nov 2012 21:00|
|The Fade + Director's Q&A||Sun 11 Nov 2012 14:30|
|Daratt||Sun 11 Nov 2012 16:15|
|Kinshasa Symphony||Sun 11 Nov 2012 18:30|
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