Posts tagged ‘Alliance Francaise’
Confronted by the skeletons in her closet, Elida Wema finds herself haunted by secrets from her past; secrets she thought so well hidden. A battle that puts the ideals of love, betrayal, temptation and marriage to the test ensues. With it, a tough decision has to be made: whether to stay with her old husband who loves her so much but with whom she feels like a prisoner or to follow a stranger whom she barely knows but promises her freedom, freedom that comes at a great cost.
The European Film Festival is back! This year, the European Film Festival, will be marking the 25th edition of screening EU member states film in Nairobi. The theme for this year is, ‘Integration’ which coincides with the recent wave of immigrants into the European Union mostly stirred by conflict in Syria.
This years festival offers a fantastic selection of films from 16 European countries and includes, the 2016 Oscar winner for the Best Foreign Language Film, Son of Saul.
Find the detailed programme, and more information, here.
Exhibition Dates: April 1-14, 2016
OneTouch is a visual art collective of Kenyan photographers, animators, filmmakers and writers dedicated to reshaping external perceptions about Africa and seducing the continent’s citizens to fall in love with their own terrain, heritage and daily rhythms.
This exhibition is a curation of images gathered in 2015 while the group intentionally traversed Kenya in search of captivating and insightful visual stories. It is a call to see Kenya through the eyes of Kenyans, as well as to inspire Kenyans to hit the road and to create their own amazing photographic memories.
Proceeds fron the exhibition will go to the HungerFree initiative.
Alliance Francaise and FilmAid Kenya invites you to a free screening of the newly released film ‘He Named Me Malala’.
Date: March 29, 2016
Venue: Alliance Francaise
Time: 5.30 pm
The documentary focuses on the personal life and family of Malala Yousafzai, shot and left wounded for speaking for girls’ education in Pakistan. As a powerful and inspiring figure for girls’ education worldwide and an Internally Displaced Person as well, Malala’s story has been included into FilmAid’s existing Girls First Programme in Kakuma and Dadaab refugee camps as an integral piece to the importance of girls’ mentorship amongst the refugee population and marginalised communities