Film

London Film Festival REVIEW: I Am Not A Witch

To start at the end of the movie, one might say first-time Director Rungano Nyoni’s…

Kati Kati Opens Cambridge African Film Festival 2017

KATI KATI  When: 21 October Time: 17.50 – Where: Emmanuel College Cert: 1 Country: Kenya Run time: 75 minute Drama ​Director: Mbithi…

2 Films To Watch At Film Africa 2017

WINNIE Dir. Pascale Lamche France, Netherlands, South Africa. 2017.125 mins. English. Intriguing, controversial and misunderstood,…

ABU Director Attends BFI FilmMaker Afternoon Tea: Mayfair Hotel

Alt-Africa #QuickChat with Arshad Khan Director of Abu a compelling documentary about a young Pakistani…

Film Africa 2017: Win 2 Exclusive Tickets to the Opening Gala +After Party

Alt- Africa has teamed up with Film Africa – London’s biggest annual celebration of the…

Book Tickets! Film Africa 27 Oct – 5 Nov 2017

Our friends Film Africa, London’s biggest celebration of African and African diaspora cinema presented by the…

Picturehouse Central: Spike is 60: When The Levees Broke

In August 2005, over 8 days Hurricane Katrina ripped through New Orleans killing almost 1,300…

Liyana Reviewed: BFI London Film Festival

Beautifully crafted cinematic piece using both animation and documentary as a group of five children…

Film News: 16th CAMBRIDGE AFRICAN FILM FESTIVAL

The 37th Cambridge Film Festival (19th-26th October) is running its sixteenth edition of the Cambridge African Film Festival (CAFF),…

London Film Festival Afternoon Tea at the Mayfair Hotel: “Quick Chat” with LIYANA Creators

BFI LFF is well on it is way and Alt Africa was lucky enough to…