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Excerpts from the novel Why we Took the Car by Wolfgang Herrndorf will be read in German and in English by professional readers.
Date and Time: Saturday, 13th September 2014, 5.00 pm
Venue: Goethe-Institut, Auditorium
The Lusophone Film Fest is an English-subtitled showcase of the diversity of film production in the eight Portuguese-speaking countries
The session will feature:
Relic, Renata Diniz
Brazil, 2013, 16 min
Every day, a seven year old boy takes the bus to school with his nanny. One morning he bumps into an old man wearing ragged clothes that spends his days reading books. The story of an unexpected friendship between a little boy and an old bum, cutting across generations and social classes.
Triangle, Fernanda Polacow, Juliana Borges, Mário Bastos, Filipa Reis, João Miller Guerra
Angola/Portugal/Brazil, 2013, 101 min
Rio de Janeiro, Luanda, Lisbon: three cities connected by a common past undergo a joint transformation that will change their relationship forever. The film follows three different stories by young directors of each of the three countries, exploring the secrets and dilemmas as seen from the eyes of its foreigners: Licínio, an angolan in Rio; Inês, a portuguese in Luanda; and Paula, a brasilian in Lisbon.
Rafa, João Salaviza
Portugal, 2012, 25 min
The story of a 13-year-old boy on a small odyssey in search of his mother who one day did not return home in a Lisbon suburb. A boy’s first contact with the complexities and absurdities of a bureaucratic and incomprehensible grown-up world. Winner of the Golden Bear for Best Short at the Berlin Film Festival in 2012.
The Boy and the World, Alê Abreu
Brazil, 2013, 80 min
The journey of a young boy who leaves his village to search for his father across a big city where he discovers a world dominated by animal-machines, in a whimsical, original, colorful film. Winner of the Crystal Award at the 2014 Annecy Animation Film Festival.
Find more info at https://www.facebook.com/Lusophonefilmfest
Competition: African Designers for Tomorrow – For a Chance to Participate in Berlin Fashion Week 2015
FA254 is proud to be launching African Designers for Tomorrow in July, the first international platform to give emerging African designers a door to European Market. The competition will shine a spotlight on some of Africa’s brightest young talent at a time when the African luxury goods are becoming increasingly popular and marketable on the world stage.
The winner will have the possibility to present their collection during Berlin Fashion Week 2015. The category winners of the competition will have the opportunity to produce their product with internationally renowned fashion companies.
Young African designers based in Kenya are encouraged to submit a portfolio of their work to FA254′s official website to have the chance to take their work to the next level. The competition features an international jury chaired by Vogue Germany chief editor Christiane Arp.
Venue: Goethe Institut
Date: 26th July 2014
Contact person: Monica Kabiro, mobile number 0724 475 030
Evenings with Liron is a four part series of concerts which will be held in Nairobi by Soul and Jazz singer Liron to present her debut album Prodigal’s Diary.
Evenings with Liron-Chapter I will be at Goethe Institut on the 26th of July 2014.
The two-hour live music performance by Liron and her band will feature original music from her 12-track album.
Access full info here
Screening: Africa Metropolis Films in Nairobi! Jul. 18-20 2014 @ Goethe Institut, the Nest & Pawa 254 Hub Respectively
African Metropolis Films Comes To Nairobi!
African Metropolis, a compilation of six short films from six African cities, will be screened for the first time in Nairobi.
The films from Abidjan, Cairo, Dakar, Johannesburg, Lagos and Nairobi tell urban tales about life in African metropolises. Over 50 percent of the continent’s total population now lives in cities, and vital urban cultures are forming and transforming – fast, and with growing complexity. In African cinema, the shift is towards urban stories, with less focus on the traditional, rural Africa that dominated in the past.
The event will be held in different venues including Goethe Institut, The Nest and Pawa254.
The Pawa254’s rooftop will take place on Sunday, 20th of July, completing the whole event with supporting happenings like live graffiti, spoken word performances, music performances and a visual urban photography exhibition.
Find more info here