Documentary films tell the stories of real people and common situations. Here is the full list of documentaries to catch at AFRIFF 2023.
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AFRIFF is one of the most prestigious industry events for filmmakers in Africa and across the globe. This event takes place in Lagos, which helps to foster relations between African filmmakers and international stakeholders.
In this event, list of movie titles which meet certain criteria in their different categories are submitted for selection. The categories include documentary film, short film, narrative features, and international features amongst others.
Here’s a list of documentary titles to be shown at AFRIFF 2023. The titles include:
Nkashi: Race for the Okavango | Directed by Sarah Joseph | Duration 01:11:00 | Year 2023
My Radio My Life | Directed by Bidit Roy, Makarand Waikar | Duration 01:08:00 | Year 2023
Green: The Amazons | Directed by Oluchi Mary Nsofor, Charles Solomon | Duration 02:30:00 | Year 2022
Loot and the Lost Kingdoms of Africa | Directed by Bibi Shasore | Duration 01:39:00 | Year 2023
This Your Lagos | Directed by Wale Ojo | Duration 01:10:00 | Year 2023
Lobola, A Bride’s True Price? | Directed by Sihle Hlophe | Duration 01:35:00 | Year 2022
Music Is My Life – Joseph Shabalala and LadySmith Black Mambazo | Directed by Mpumi Supa Mbele, Carolyn Eileen Carew | Duration 01:30:00 | Year 2022
White Nanny Black Child | Directed by Andy Mundy-Castle | Duration 01:20:00 | Year 2023
AFRICA, Cradle of Humankind and Modern Civilizations | Directed by Benita Jacques | Duration 01:49:00 | Year 2022
The Homes We Carry | Directed by Brenda Akele Jorde | Duration 01:29:00 | Year 2022
Doxandem, The Dream Chasers | Directed by Saliou Sarr | Duration 01:28:00 | Year 2023
Dusty & Stones | Directed by Jesse Rudoy | Duration 01:24:00 | Year 2022
Documentaries can preserve important events or parts of history. The above-selected titles capture real-life stories about Africa and will be available to screen at AFRIFF
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