Eleven AFDA student and alumni films showcasing at Jozi Film Festival 2019

News, 19 September 2019



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AFDA is proud to announce that 11 AFDA student and alumni films will be screening at this years Jozi Film Festival taking place from the 3-6 October 2019.

Alumnus Ernest Nkosi’s documentary feature film “An Ordinary People” has been selected to open the festival at the Hyde Park Nu Metro on the 3 October.

On 4 October alumnus Mathew Jankes’ award winning short film “Axis Muendi” screens at the Bioscope Cinema.

The 5 October, still at the at the Bioscope Cinema, alumnus Wynand Louw’s short film “Cowboy Dan” and alumna Kate D’Hotman’s short film “Life’s a Drag” will be screening. Alumnus Alex Fynn’s feature length documentary “Run as One” makes its way to the big screen at the Theatre in the Park, in Delta Park.

On the 6 October the day starts off at the Bioscope Cinema with the South African Student Films showcase featuring four AFDA student films: “Mej. Twisfontein”, “R.E.M.”, “Beyond Repair” and “Sunset Exodus”. Screening directly after the student showcase you can see the documentary “Billy Monk: Shot in The Dark “, directed by alumnus Craig Cameron-Mackintosh. Later on in the day the AFDA Masters (MFA) film, “Seapoint 280SL”, directed by Gail Wyness hits the screen.

Let’s support our students and alumni. Get you tickets now.

Check out the full schedule here:

https://www.jozifilmfestival.com/schedule.html

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