WATCH-AFRICA 2018

WE ARE ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS FOR THE 2018 EDITION OF WATCH-AFRICA


At Watch Africa, we accept entries from African filmmakers based on the continent and the Diaspora as well as filmmakers of African descent. Priority is given to African filmmakers because we wish to support, promote and celebrate filmmakers from the continent and its Diaspora. Only in exceptional circumstances would we screen a film made by a non-African. In this case, the film must be about Africa or Africans.

There is no entry fee.

The deadline for submissions is 1st July 2018.

We accept films of any genre, any theme and shot in any format.

Only short films made in 2018 or after will be considered. Watch Africa will not pay any screening fees for short films screened at the Festival.

We will consider feature films made before 2018.

For submission and more information, click HERE!

PROMOTIONAL TRAILER: WATCH-AFRICA 2017

Welcome to the 5th edition of the Wales African Film Festival: Watch-Africa. The festival is back with a packed – diverse range of inspiring, innovative, educational, thought-provoking and challenging stories from the African continent.

The festival will  kickstart at Taliesin Arts Centre on the 23rd October finishing  at Chapter on the 12th November.  Check our programme for more information about screening as well as venues and dates near your local area.

One of this year’s main themes is ‘Lost African Classics’ which will showcase some of African films that were banned, censored, lost or forgotten.

The main programme will have a main focus on 10 titles covering over 10 countries from across the continent.

Many thanks to our funders, sponsors, partners and friends who helped to bring this diverse programme of films, discussions, Q&As with directors, pop-up cinema screenings, workshops, live performances and food. There will be plenty for people to experience and enjoy as we look forward to welcoming you to #WatchAfrica2017

• Screening of African films in 6 venues across Wales
• 20 Titles including rare – ‘Lost African Classics’
• Q&A’s with Film Makers
• Panel Discussion with special guests
• Animation, Education and Race Relations Workshops
• African Market, Arts & Crafts
• Music & Food

 

Sponsors and Funders:

                                       Phoenix Projec     
   

 

FESTIVAL FRIENDS

 

 

TANO – UK CONSORTIUM OF AFRICAN FILM FESTIVALS

 

VENUE PARTNERS

Wales African Film Festival