AFRIFF 2014 Winners

The outstanding movies and performances of the year


Final Selection

The movies that made it into the 2014 edition


Industry Programme

Special sessions, speakers and programme content


Training Programme

An intensive 5-day acting workshop


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AFRIFF strikes partnership with French Embassy, British Council

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Plans are in top gear for the 2017 edition of the  Africa International Film Festival, holding between October 29 and November 4. The organisers disclosed the date at a programme…

AFRIFF Africa International Fil Festival 2017

AFRIFF Returns with Groundbreaking International Collaborations

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The Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF), which is scheduled to run this year from October 29 to November 4, has reached significant agreements with the French and British Governments to…

AFRIFF 2017 fnal selection

AFRIFF 2017 Programme (Final Selection)

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Opening Film I Am Not A Witch – Rungano Nyoni (UK/France/Zambia) Waiting For Hassana (Short) – Ifunanya ‘funa’ Maduka (Nigeria/US) Closing Film Felicité – Alain Gomis (France/Senegal)   Shorts Selection 1745 – Gordon Napier (UK)      As Long…

AFRIFF, Ford Foundation send 20 on scholarship

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The Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF) is set to send another set of film students on scholarship – this time, to CineF’abrique, a film school in Lyon, France. The scholarship…


Welcome to the 4th edition of the Africa International Film Festival. We are once again gathering to celebrate the amazing energy African filmmakers are bringing to the screens with films that thrill, the films that take us on a journey and the films about love, respect and dignity.

Our selection this year is an array of feature films, some hard hitting documentaries and a generous selection of shorts representing over 20 countries from all the regions of Africa. Our Opening Night film is The Square, an Oscar nominated documentary by the Egyptian filmmaker Jehan Noujaim. This is a stunning film that charts the course of three years of Egyptian political upheaval that began 2011.

2014 Jury

AFRIFF is indeed a really good platform to harness the best in African film, I am impressed

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