Africa in Motion Short Film Competition
- 120 min
A selection of innovative and original films by African filmmakers from a variety of countries and backgrounds.
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Africa in Motion’s annual Short Film Competition has been successfully running for nine consecutive years. This year, the shortlist was selected from over 250 entries, which is a record in AiM’s history. African filmmakers were invited to submit short films of up to 30 minutes, and the final shortlist comprises a diverse and captivating collection of work from across the continent.
The Short Film Competition is part of AiM’s commitment to nurturing young African filmmaking talent. The winner is selected by our jury of acclaimed film practitioners and academics and will be announced immediately after the screenings. The audience will also have the opportunity to vote for their favourite film with the Audience Award winner announced on our website at the end of the festival.
Our thanks go to the African Movie Channel for sponsoring this award.
Short Film Jury Members Yvonne Dublin-Green, Channel Manager at African Movie Channel Maimouna Doucure, Winner of last years Short Film Competition Przemek Stepien, Artistic Director of AfryKamera Sarah Dawson, former Manager at the Durban International Film Festival and has worked for various festivals such as Sheffield DOC/FEST and Africa in Motion
Films in this programme include: Vroegherfs (Early Autumn) - Jac Hamman | South Africa 2014 | 2m | Afrikaans with English subtitles | Animation | 15 Goi Trủng (The Call of Trung) - Regragui Hicham | Morocco 2015 | 21m | Arabic/Vietnamese with English subtitles | 15 The Purple House - Selim Gribaa | Tunisia 2014 | 29m | Arabic with English subtitles | PG Rod Zegwi Dan Pikan - Azim Moollan | Mauritius 2015 | 4m | Creole with English subtitles | 15
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