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The tenth edition of the Lusophone Film Fest of Nairobi will be on the 30-May as of 5pm at the Goethe-Institut Nairobi. This session will pay homage to Manoel de Oliveira, the oldest film director in the World that died last month at 106 years-old and was still directing several films every year. We will show his first film from 1931, and one of his latest, along with two other shorts:
– I’m From Over There (Brazil, 2014, Sansara Buriti)
– I’ll See You When You Get There (Guinea-Bissau, 2005, Filipe Henriques)
– Labor on the Douro River (Portugal, 1931, Manoel de Oliveira)
– Blind Man’s Buff (Portugal, 1994, Manoel de Oliveira)
Recognised with international awards at film festivals around the globe, the cinema from the Portuguese-speaking world is still mostly unknown to the general public. This 240 million people linguistic community is a thriving one, promoting over 80 film festivals and cinema awards every year, with movies mostly consumed in the respective countries.
The Lusophone Film Fest is a showcase of the diversity of film production in the eight Portuguese-speaking countries spread across 4 continents. The festival presents multiple works (documentaries, animations, shorts and feature films), in sessions of several films from the different countries.
Performances & DJ Sets W/ Schlachthofbronx ft. Alai K, DJ Tendwa & Just a Band, May 19 2015 @ Tree House Club
Schlachthofbronx is a DJ duo from Munich/Germany who produces and plays innovative multi genre club music. Besides being known as on point performers on club and festival stages, the guys also built their reputation with production and studio work with and for artists like Snoop Dogg, M.I.A., Major Lazer, Buraka Som Sistema, Bonde Do Role, and others. In the club they deliver a fast paced, eclectic mix of styles and genres, reflecting their various influences reaching from Dancehall/Reggae and Hip Hop over Booty Bass to Techno, Cumbia and UK Bass – amongst others.
Their new ten-track release titled Rave And Romance directly represents the diversity of their unique sound between rump shaking slow jams and bass-heavy rave tunes. Fellow ravers and romantics Nicky Da B, Warrior Queen, Bonde Do Role and candelilla got recruited for the release and added the shouts as well as the dirty talk. These guys play clubs, festivals, museums, tents, boats, floats, busses, strip joints and beer tents – it doesn’t matter where, Schlachthofbronx always starts a party. With their Rave And Romance formula – and their bag of custom made tracks and exclusives – Schlachthofbronx will continue to put happy and sweaty smiles upon peoples’ faces.
Supporting acts from Nairobi will be DJ Tendwa, Alai K and Just A Band. This event takes place in the context of the German Week 2015.
Comic Exhibition: Ink & Pixels – The Wild and Wondrous Tale of Kenyan Comics, May 16 – 29 2015 @ Goethe Institut
the exhibition Ink & Pixles – The Wild and Wondrous Tale of Kenyan Comics pays tribute to the trailblazers and celebrates the young generation that doesn’t just have the enthusiasm of youth but they are charting and conquering new frontiers
The Categories are;
1. Visual Arts
4. Performing Arts
5. Literary Art
6. Art Therapy
7. Art Teaching
Call for Artists
Deadline for filling an application: April 8, 2014
How to Apply
Send 3 samples of your work, CV & motivational letter
Application Drop off Points
1. Physical Drop off Points: Italian Institute of Culture – Westlands, Goethe Institut Nairobi, Alliance Francaise
2. Soft Copy: firstname.lastname@example.org
Terms & Conditions: To apply you should be 18-35 years old and based in Nairobi
Download the poster here CALL FOR ARTISTS
Date: February 27, 2014
Venue: Goethe Institut
Time: 6.30 pm
Situated around 1990 in the UK the film follows the rave scene that has arrived from Ibiza. In Manchester, best mates Matt and Dylan are in their early 20’s and they quickly rise through the ranks to join the promoting elite. It’s everything they dreamed of and more. But as their success continues to grow, they attract a more dark and sinister world. Matt and Dylan start to drift apart as they are forced to question the dreams they set out to achieve and their once solid friendship.
Part of a series of numerous feature films and documentaries, focusing on different aspects of club and sub-culture around the globe under the Ten Cities Project
Ten Cities Screening Series: One More – The Definitive History of UK Clubbing [1988-2008], Jan. 30 2014 @ Goethe Institut
Released in 2012, One More gives you an understanding of the historic UK clubbing era from 1988 to 2012, which changed the lives of millions. This intriguing account interrogates the pioneers who made it all possible. The film asks why and how it happened, discusses what brought about the scene’s terminal decline and then poses the unenviable question “If tonight was your last ever gig, what would be your One More track?”