So who is in Scotland? I bet a few of you are!
It’s time to make it over to the Africa In Motion Film Festival where the movie DRY will be showing. The festival starts tomorrow in two cities: Glasgow and Edinburgh.
DRY will be showing in Glasgow on Sunday 1st November at The Corinthian Club by 6pm. Save the date!
Here’s a Review of DRY on the Africa In Motion Website:
Stephanie Okereke-Linus’s first feature film Dry travels between rural life in Wales and Nigeria, looking at two parallel female narratives, a child and a woman both dealing with similar childhood memories and horrors. Both woman and child instantly have a strong bond that binds them together. Okereke-Linus’s intriguing film works with two strong female narratives, addressing various female issues that apply to young girls and women from around the world. With a stellar cast including its director Okereke-Linus herself playing the film’s female lead Dr. Zara, Dry deals with rejection, isolation and reconciliation.
This screening will be followed by a Q&A with a representative of the film.
About The Festival
Africa in Motion is an audience-based festival, founded in 2006 by African film researcher Lizelle Bisschoff. The main aims of the festival have been, since its inception, to introduce Scottish audiences to the brilliance of African cinema and to overcome the under-representation and marginalisation of African film in British film-going culture.
So dearies, make it a date with DRY!