Category: Film

Documentary on political – art persecution to premiere in Kampala By Gabriel Buule

Courtesy photo of Cranes band where Gitta was a member The tendency of politics falling into collision with the creative art industry didn’t start yesterday that even-though pundits assume that the banning of artiste Bobi Wine’s concert is the genesis of art-political persecution, similar incidences have always been reflected from the days of Idi Amin Dada that saw artistes like...

Call for artworks, Art For Peace

ISLAMABAD, May 13 (APP):Asia Peace Film Festival (APFF) is bringing together a large number of artists from all over the country in an exhibition “Art for Peace” to strength the plural, diverse and inclusive identity of Quetta from June 17 to 19. This exhibition aims to open a creative contemporary space for artists from Pakistan, to share their thoughts on...

Capitalist Art and Hollywood Superheroes

Ever walked out of a cinema wondering what just happened, both in the movie and to your brain cells? What happened to film, and art and other things capitalism likes to devour. 7 May 2019 – We often hear about the role of (postmodern) capitalism in widening inequality, compromising elections and democracy, depressing wages and compensating for this with cheap goods,...

COMMUNIQUE DE PRESSE: Pour publication immediate

COMMUNIQUE DE PRESSE Pour publication immediate Goma, le 29 Mars 2019. Vernissage ce lundi 1er Avril de l’installation photo – vidéo Transcend d’une dizaine d’artistes congolais à l’Université de Pennsylvanie, aux États-Unis. Cette première américaine aura lieu pendant la commémoration du 30e conférence PHENND sur le thème Trauma institutions d’ancrage. Transcend est le résultat d’un atelier à Goma (Juin 2017)...

‘One Child Nation’: How Nanfu Wang Defied China to Expose Its Dark Side

Chris O’Falt Appeared on the net on Feb 2, 2019 12:00 pm  @cofalt “One Child Nation” director Nanfu Wang Yuanchen Liu When Nanfu Wang was still a graduate student at NYU film school, she returned to China – where she was born and lived until her mid-twenties – to film human rights activist Ye Haiyan (a.k.a. Hooligan Sparrow), as she was chased and harassed...

Confronting Conflict with Creativity

From Chapel Hill to Democratic Republic of Congo, music professor Chérie Rivers Ndaliko empowers students to come together and use creativity as a touchstone for social change. photo courtesy of Alkebu Film Productions As part of Yole!Africa, Chérie Rivers Ndaliko helps youth in the Democratic Republic of Congo use creativity to tell their experiences of conflict. Here, Ndaliko gives instructions...

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