South Africa, Italy/1928/64mins/no cert.
Dir: Attilio Gatti.
Inspired by Nannook of the North, explorer Attilio Gatti travelled with anthropologist Lidio Cipriani to make a film that would depict the Zulu natives blended with a scripted story of romantic rivalry. This recently rediscovered classic, once thought lost, includes historically invaluable scenes of daily life including healing rituals, dancing and magical ceremonies. + With live piano accompaniment by Juwon Ogungbe, followed by a discussion.
CHAPTER ARTS CENTER (CARDIFF): 24TH OCTOBER (FILM -MUSIC COMPOSITION WORKSHOP AT 2.00 PM)