ALL SHE EVER WANTED, TRY, 100 BUCKS & DEAD RIVER – SPOTLIGHT ON NAMIBIA
The Namibian Film Commission and the African Diaspora International Film Festival invite you to discover four short films by Namibia’s up and coming filmmakers during the
SPOTLIGHT ON NAMIBIA
Tuesday, December 4 @ 7PM – Cowin Center, Teachers College
Directed by Joel Haikali, 2012, 23mins
With a multi-narrative storyline in which Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, is the background, this film exposes us to a world where classy women have sex with thieves on rooftops, ambulances drive away from people who do not have insurance and parents desperately look for money to save their children’s lives.
Directed by Oshosheni Hilleluah, 2012, 24mins
A short film that in a comedic tone deals with the issues of rocky relationships, pie-in-the-sky township schemes and the everyday affair of living, loving and looking for cash in sunny Windhoek, Namibia.
Directed by Tim Huebschle, 2012, 34mins
A slice of Namibian history wrapped in the drama of living in a racist society, Dead River is a deep, moving story that offers a message of understanding and reconciliation.
Screening co-sponsored by the Namibian Film Commission. Q&A with filmmakers after the screening followed by a reception.
Tickets: $15 (screening, Q&A and reception)
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