Film Festival: Slum Film Festival (SFF) 2015 @ Various locations

August 20, 2015 at 11:30 am Leave a comment

SFF 2015 InvitationThe Embassy of Spain has the honour of inviting you once again to the Slum Film Festival (SFF), of which it was co-founders in 2011 and every year continue to support. The SFF is a groundbreaking movie event based on the community, with stories about people living in urban slums. The Embassy wishes to invite you to the film screenings which will take place in the slums of Mathare, Kibera and Kawangware (schedule attached), as well as other events organized around the Festival: theatre workshops, which are currently taking place at the Alliance Française from 8am to 5pm every day until Saturday August 22, and the opening ceremony will take place on Monday, August 24 at 4.30pm in the Austin Grounds, Juja Road in Mathare.

Film workshops

Location:        Room 401 of the Alliance Française (Loita Street, Nairobi City Centre).

Days:              On-going until Saturday 22 August.

Time:              8am to 5pm.

Opening ceremony

Location:        Austin Grounds, Juja Road in Mathare, Nairobi.

Days:              Monday, August 24th.

Time:             4.30pm to 7pm (from 7pm a film will be screened).

Opening Ceremony program

Projections

Locations:      The slums of Mathare, Kibera and Kawangware.

Days:              Monday, August 24 through Friday August 28.

Times:            See attached schedule.

Slum Film Festival Community Screening Programme-1

FREE OF CHARGE

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