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Freiburger Film Forum – Festival of Transcultural Cinema, May 6-16 2021 @ Home

Dates: May 6-16, 2021

Medium: Online

https://freiburger-filmforum.de/en/home-2/

Some of the featured Kenyan films include: The Letter, Coachez, If Objects Could Speak and Tales of the Accidental City.

About

With 30 films stretched over 10 Days, the 2021 edition will take a closer look at a broad variety of socio-cultural topics: everyday lives, working conditions, experiences of migration, consequences of economic growth and questions of diverse cultural identities. Next to feature documentaries and fictions from established filmmakers, the students’ platform will present a careful selection of debut films from all over the globe that are deeply personal, sensitive and committed to a cause. Some of the featured Kenyan films include: The LetterCoachez, If Objects Could Speak and Tales of the Accidental City

For the first time, this year’s edition allows us to watch online and discuss films together from various corners of the world, which has resulted in the addition of an exciting new facet to the festival: #FIFOJUNCTIONS! Partnering with DAP (Documentary Association Pakistan) and our friends from DocuBox in Nairobi, Kenya, we will use this opportunity to screen films simultaneously in these locations and discuss them from multiple perspectives.  

In addition to this collaboration with our partners in Kenya and Pakistan, other highlights from our program include: a panel on colonial heritage in Kenya and Germany, a workshop on Chinese weavings, a historic radio piece on the banlieues of Paris and a participative performance on African orature.  

Throughout the festival – from May 6 to May 16 – all films will be available to screen from home and will be free to view in Kenya. As the films will be live streamed from our cinema to your living rooms, they can be watched simultaneously worldwide. Following the live stream, there is also the opportunity for all viewers to participate in live, post-screening film discussions via zoom.

May 4, 2021 at 10:12 am Leave a comment

Nairobi Jam Locked In: Concert and Interview ft. Lulu Abdalla, Oct. 2 2020 @ Goethe Institut – Nairobi’ YouTube Channel


Date: October 2, 2020
Medium: YouTube & Facebook
Time: 8 PM

October 1, 2020 at 10:35 pm Leave a comment

Live Stream: Dunda Live with Wanja Wohoro, Sept. 11 2020


Date: September 11, 2020
Medium: DundaLive.Com
Streaming Token: KES 200 (Buy Goods: 564305)
Time: 8 pm

September 9, 2020 at 11:53 am Leave a comment

Web Series: Shades of Benga by Ketebul, Every Fortnight Starting Sept. 9 2020 @ Ketebul Music and AF Facebook Pages and YouTube Channels


Première: Wednesday, September 9 2020
Medium: https://youtube.com/user/KETEBULMUSIC
Time: 8 PM

About
This is a web series highlighting the story of #Kenya’s popular music between 1946 and 2016. It is based on the book ‘Shades of Benga’ featuring over 400 photographs, that was launched in 2017 by Ketebul Music.

It traces the roots of Kenya’s popular music from its origins, the end of the Second World War, to date.

The first episode will première on Wed. 9 Sept. at 8pm on the AF and Ketebul Music Facebook and Youtube channels.

September 9, 2020 at 11:52 am Leave a comment

Manyatta Screenings: Short Films Screening, Aug. 27 – 30 2020 @ YouTube Live


Dates: August 27 – 30, 2020
Medium: YouTube Live (https://youtube.com/c/ManyattaScreenings)
Time: 7.30 – 9 PM

Screening Schedule

August 26, 2020 at 5:08 pm Leave a comment

Sauti Sol’s Mid-Night Train (VE) Album Launch, Aug. 22 2020


Date: August 22, 2020
Medium: YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/c/sautisol)
Time: 9 PM (EAT)

August 20, 2020 at 12:55 pm Leave a comment

Showcase Wednesday w/ Shamsi Music, Aug. 19 2020 @ Alliance Française’ Facebook Page


Date: Wednesday 19 August, 2020
Medium: .@AFNairobi’s Facebook Page – https://facebook.com/Alliance.Francaise.Nairobi/…
Time: 7.30pm

Shamsi Music is an afro-jazz fusion band formed in 2014 by pianist, composer and musical director Paul Mbithi with Samwel ‘Laka’ Waithaka, a veteran saxophonist and Michael Munene, Immanuel Mohol, Kenn ‘Biggie’ Njoroge and George Nyoro. The band’s sound represents the best of Kenyan traditional rhythms and melodies reinterpreted through modern jazz.

Shamsi is Arabic for “Sun” as the group would like to be warmly capturing the heart, mind and soul of their listeners.

#OnlineLive

August 18, 2020 at 5:32 am Leave a comment

Gilad and SuperBand Live Stream, Aug. 8 2020


Date: August 8, 2020
Medium: Studio Tisa’s IGTV, Facebook Page and YouTube Channel
Time: 9.30 pm

by StudioTisa

August 3, 2020 at 7:32 am Leave a comment


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