Namibian Short films to screen in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria

May 12, 2015, 9:16am

Namibian Short films to screen in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria

 

AfricAvenir’s Hans-Christian Mahnke will be presenting various Namibian short films to German speaking audiences at the end of May and early June.

As part of highlighting the Silver Jubilee of Namibia’s independence in 2015, AfricAvenir in partnership with various organisations is presenting Namibian short films to German speaking audiences in the coming weeks.

 

The screenings are as following:

 

  1. Namibia in Motion. Nam Shorts Part II

Wednesday, 27 May, 18h30, Basler Afrika Bibligraphien, Klosteberg 23, Basel, Switzerland

• Uno’s World, by Bridget Pickering, 26 min, 2002
• Rider without a Horse, by Tim Huebschle, 12 min, 2008
• Tjiraa, by Krischka Stoffels, 18 min, 2012
• Everything Happens for a Reason, by Florian Schott, 14 min, 2013

 

More info on this event here.

 

  1. Namibian Short Film evening at the International Film Festival Innsbruck, IFFI, Film Campus, 02-07 June, Innsbruck, Austria

Thursday, 4 June, 19h00, Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen, Innsbruck

• My Beautiful Nightmare, by Perivi Katjavivi, 12 min, 2012
• Dead River, by Tim Huebschle, 34 min, 2012
• Tjitji – The Himba Girl, by Oshosheni Hiveluah, 22 min, 2014
• Try, by Joel Haikali, 24 min, 2012

 

Hans-Christian Mahnke will also hold a guest lecture at the Film Campus as part of IFFI 2015.

 

  1. German Premiere Namibian Shorts with curator Hans-Christian Mahnke in attendance, Berlin, Germany

 

Friday, 5 June, 20h00, Hackesche Höfe Kino, Berlin

• My Beautiful Nightmare, by Perivi Katjavivi, 12 min, 2012
• Everything Happens for a Reason, by Florian Schott, 14 min, 2013
• Tjitji – The Himba Girl, by Oshosheni Hiveluah, 22 min, 2014
• Try, by Joel Haikali, 24 min, 2012