Film Africa Festival (2016): The Royal African Society’s annual film festival returns to London for its sixth edition, bringing the best of contemporary cinema from across the continent and its diaspora. This year there will be 52 films from 22 African countries, including 33 UK and European premieres, with features, documentaries, experimental and short films that highlight the exciting period of growth and recognition that African cinema is currently enjoying. The festival will also be hosting many filmmakers and onscreen talent who will take part in talks and Q+As.
In the Last Days of the City
Taking place from 5-16 October, 2016 the screenings can be viewed across fourteen London-based cinematic venues, including: the BFI Southbank, the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), the RItzy Cinema, the Curzon Cinemas, the Vue West End, the Embankment Garden Cinema and others. Part of the festival programme will also feature a stellar line-up of directors, cast and crew who are expected to take part in career interviews, screen talks, Q+As and Industry talks for those interested to learn more from behind the scenes.