Film Africa 2017: Film Africa annually celebrates in London the best African cinema from across the continent and diaspora. Hosted by the Royal African Society and established in 2011, every year it brings to diverse London audiences a high quality and wide-ranging film programme, accompanied by director Q+As, talks and discussions, professional workshops and master classes as well as school screenings and family activities. It also offers an industry forum, music nights and two film awards - the Baobab Award for Best Short Film and the Audience Award for Best Feature Film. This year, there are four films from the North Africa region to look out for: 'I Still Hide to Smoke' (Algeria), 'Foreign Body' (Tunisia), 'Fatma 75' (Tunisia) and 'A Day for Women' (Egypt). Taking place from 27 October-5 November, 2017 at venues across London.