Film Screenings GOETHE FILMS:
One Fine Day - Africa Now

Tykwer, Essuman and Kahora on the set of "Soul Boy" © X-Verleih (Warner)

Tue, 03/05/2019 -
Tue, 03/12/2019

TIFF BELL LIGHTBOX

350 King St. W.
Toronto

Presented by the Goethe-Institut,
co-presented with the Toronto Black Film Festival

In 2008, Berlin director Tom Tykwer (Run Lola Run) started to invite African filmmakers to write and produce their own stories. A decade later, his project One Fine Day Films has mentored 1000 filmmakers from 21 African countries. GOETHE FILMS highlights 6 Kenyan-German features that have come out of these collaborations and have won awards from Los Angeles to Rotterdam.
A showcase of new directions.

March 5, 6:30pm
Supa Modo (Germany, Kenya 2018, 74 min) by Likarion Wainaina
(Special Mention Berlinale; Oscar submission 2019) 

March 5, 9pm
Kati Kati (Kenya, Germany 2016, 75 min) by Mbithi Masya
(FIPRESCI Award TIFF)

March 7, 6:30pm
Soul Boy (Kenya, Germany 2010, 61 min) by Hawa Essuman
(Dioraphte Award IFFR)

March 7, 9pm
Nairobi Half Life (Kenya, Germany 2012, 96 min) by David Tosh Gitonga 
(Kenya’s first Oscar submission)

March 12, 6:30pm
Something Necessary (Germany, Kenya 2013, 85 min) by Judy Kibinge 
(Audience Award nominee Chicago Int'l FF)

March 12, 9pm
Veve (Kenya, Germany 2014, 95 min) by Simon Mukali
(directorial feature debut)

Thank you to Rushlake Media Distributors, Cologne. Stay tuned for interview clips about the initiative One Fine Day Films with distributor Philipp Hoffmann.

All GOETHE FILMS are open to audiences 18+

Part of the Goethe-Institut's focus on German film


 

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