Africa In Motion brings banned, censored and forgotten films to Scotland
20 October 2017
Banne4d, censored, damaged and forgotten classic films from Africa will be showing across the UK this autumn thanks to a project led by three of Scotland’s leading African cinema experts.
It will see the world premiere in Edinburgh of the first film to be made by a woman in Tunisia as well as two more films by female directors which have been restored and digitised as a result of the project.
The Africa’s Lost Classics screenings are being screened this October and November by TANO, the network founded by Scotland’s Africa in Motion film festival, Bristol’s Afrika Eye, the Cambridge African Film Festival, London’s Film Africa and Watch Africa in Wales to give more people more opportunities to see African films. Read the full article on The Scotsman here.