AFRICAN SHORTS: MIGRATION WITHIN AFRICA

22.9. Saturday

14:00 Filmforum Museum Ludwig

Price: 7 Euro / 5 Euro (reduced)

ZONE-III

R: Pascale G. Serra

Zentralafrikanische Republik 2017

O.m.U.; digital; 30 min.

Zone-III is a short documentary, is about the former Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp located at the airport and the largest one in the capital city of Bangui, CAR. The film talks about its population, their ingenuity and their capacity for resilience.

YAKAAR (L’ESPOIR)

R: Pape Adoulaye Seck;

Marokko 2017; OF m. dt. UT; DCP; 22 min.

In YAAKAAR the 20-year old football player Hamidou who came to Morocco to ta a football test is the great hope of his trainer Saïd.

WAITING FOR HASSANA

R: Ifunanya Maduka;

Nigeria 2017; OF m. engl. UT; digital; 10 min.

In WAITING FOR HASSANA Jessica, an escapee of the extremist organization Boko Haram, shares her haunting account of a friendship violently interrupted by the kidnapping.

THE TREE

R: Cheikh Mohamed Horma; Marokko 2017;

OF m. engl. UT; digital; 9 min.

In THE TREE a lumberjack travels in the desert, carrying his supplies and ends up tired under a tree in the shade, alone in the barren space.

JAREEDY

R: Mohamed Hisham

Ägypten 2015; OF m. engl. UT; digital; 28 min.

JAREEDY is the first Egyptian short film to be shot in the Nubian dialect and it tells the story of a boy called Konnaf who can’t swim but – with the help of a traditional “Jareedy” boat – tries to get to a rock in the middle of the Nile.