People attending Kitenge African Festival, London are encouraged to come dressed in Kitenge/African print clothing. On a whim, I decided to film models & volunteer attendees strutting their stuff in slow motion.
I was lucky enough to spend some time with internationally acclaimed South African artist Nelson Makamo. He discusses Souls of Azania, his first solo exhibition in at Gallery Of African Art London, how being raised in Modimolle influences him and the souls of Azania.
A short film about being a lesbian in homophobic Zimbabwe. Based on a poem by Tinashe Wakapila. Featuring a cast of six women, five of whom are LGBT asylum claimants in U.K.
Official Selection I Imagine Film Festival, New York 2016
Official Selection Soul Film, London, October 2016
Semi Finalist Los Angeles Cinefest 2017
Official Selection International Monthly Festival, Copenhagen 2017
Official Selection Manchester International Film Festival 2017
Official Selection STAMPED: Pensacola Film Festival 2017
Official Selection Reel Q: Pittsburg LGBT Festival 2017
Read original poem here http://bit.ly/26bbLWl
Watch Making Of https://youtu.be/2ToGgPqW1Hs
#ThisFlag is a Zimbabwean protest movement inadvently founded by Pastor Evan Mawarire. Its purpose is to bring the Zimbabwean to account for the hardships the citizens are facing. The day before a two day stayaway called for Pastor Evan, he was arrested. Thousands of Zimbabweans turned up for his court appearance. There were protests by Zimbabweans in other countries too.
There is a Shona version a Shona version this film on YoutTube and on Facebook
Zimbabwean women share their experiences of post natal depression.
Itai Dzamara, a journalist and human rights activist, led peaceful protests against the deteriorating political and economic environment in Zimbabwe. His protest had him harrased, assaulted and arrested by Zimbabwe Republic Police several times.
On March 9, 2015, at about 10 a.m., five unidentified men dragged Dzamara out of the barbershop in the Glenview, Harare, the capital. He was handcuffed, bundled into a white pickup truck, and driven off. No one has seen or heard from him since.
Photo by Kumbirai Mafunda, October 2014
Filmed at the Gallery of African Art in Mayfair, London where Daniel was exhibin. Daniel was born in Ethiopia, moved to Spain when he was six before going back after many years. He has travelled across West Africa and Europe and now lives in Norway.
Zimbabwe's independence followed a bloody war against the minority white government of Rhodesia. This is my tribute to the many young people left their families and homes to join the war. Looking at what Zimbabwe has become, I can feel the disappointment of the many people fought and died.
Behind the scenes at a photo shoot with Zuwa Re Bespoke's double award winning fashion designer (BEFFTA and ZIMAA 2013) Fungai Nembaware. Zuwa Re is a fashion brand with a conscious mind, preserving African's history through wearable fashion.
A former member of the legendary Bhundu Boys, Kuda has stuck to the authentic Zimbabwean sound he knows and loves. Living in London for so many years has not waned his desire.
If you ever meet Alicia's Ghanaian street food stall, order the Beef Azi Desi. Trust me. Her food is based on recipes are tradition pass down her family.
Usifu Jalloh The Cowfoot Prince is phenomenal . He tours the world sharing folklore from his native Sierra Leone in the most fun way. With his infectious enthusiasm you will join in the song and dance in no time
How do you teach children their parents' native language in the diaspora? Gbemisola established Culture Tree TV with a mission to teach African languages - starting with Yoruba
A poem by Zimbabwea writer, Tapiwa Mugabe.
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