This is our exciting 8th edition of WAC; Wales' African film festival whereby we go online to share African cinema across Wales, and the world!
Since lockdown we truly missed you, our audience, and now we are back bringing you our exciting online screenings to a cosy and accessible venue of your choosing. Join us via the booking links, as Watch-Africa continues to bring you the best cultural experience, celebrating African cinema and storytelling.
The AUGUST screenings or events are part of Film FeelsConnected, a UK-wide cinema season, supported by the National Lottery and BFI Film Audience Network. Explore all films and events at filmfeels.co.uk
Join us throughout the year for the 7th edition of Watch-Africa; Wales African film festival! Celebrating African cinema across Wales!
We listened to our audience and they have encouraged us to bring #WatchAfrica365 to venues across Wales. From major independent cinemas to community halls and unusual locations, Watch-Africa will bring you the best cultural experience, celebrating African cinema and storytelling.
Join us in October/November for the 6th edition of Watch-Africa; Wales African film festival! Celebrating African cinema across Wales!
This year our annual Watch Africa programme celebrates the ground breaking cinematic legacy of Senegal’s Djibril Diop Mambéty, famously dubbed the ‘African Orson Welles’. We are fortunate to be able to show Touki Bouki from 1973 (which inspired the recent Beyonce and Jay Z world tour) his classic edgy, energetic ode to youthful idealism and rebellion which follows two youngsters as they attempt to escape what they perceive to be the poverty and backwardness of their native Senegal for France
21 Exciting and thought-provoking films from 8 different countries that will thrill people of all ages. From family friendly films, serious topics in animal poaching Feminism in Islamic World to an Africa-inspired, Western Spagheti film, Watch-Africa 2018 is not one to miss!
An array of stalls displaying African arts and crafts; Fairtrade Products, Exhibitions and Welsh based charities working in Africa.
We will also have caterers providing food from some of the African countries.
Ballet Nimba will perform some of their dances throughout the day at the main lobby.