The Tunnel @ Umea International Short Film Festival

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The Tunnel will be screening at The Umea The International Short Film Festival, Sweden!

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The Tunnel @ Pan African Film Festival

 

The Tunnel will be screening at The Pan African Film Festival, Los Angeles!

The two screenings, which will also feature great shorts from the Africa First Program, will be:

Sunday 19 February @ 5PM

Monday 20 February @ 3PM

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AFRICA FIRST FILMS | Available on Amazon.com

 

THE TUNNEL will soon be launched alongside three other spectacular African short films on AFRICA FIRST: VOLUME ONE. The films will be available for streaming, download and on DVD on the 26th APRIL 2011 on Amazon.com, distributed by Focus Features.

All made with the support of the inaugral Focus Features Africa First Short Film Program, the films showcase new visions from South Africa, Senegal and Kenya.

Click HERE for more info or PRE-ORDER!

 

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The Tunnel @ Sharjah Biennale

The Tunnel will be screening in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates as part of the 10th Sharjah Biennale. The film program, entitled The Idea of Independence, was curated by Keith Shiri, founder and director of Africa in the Pictures and the London African Film Festival.

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African Screens

Click HERE to read Don Omope’s interview with Jenna on The Tunnel, published on African Screens.

Told through the rich imagination of a young girl seeking sense of her father’s sudden disappearance, Jenna creates a beautiful intense visual experience mimicking the rich senses of a child.

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Sembene’s Legacy

The Tunnel will be screening at the Toronto Film Festival’s Bell Lightbox as part of a homage program to legendary African cinema pioneer Ousmane Sembene.

As we look back at the work of Ousmane Sembène, two programmes of contemporary short films offers a glimpse of a bold new generation of African filmmakers. From science fiction to surrealism, from morality tales to outright fantasy, these films reflect the legacy and influence of Ousmane Sembène while pushing the boundaries and challenging the definitions of African cinema.
-Julie MacArthur (Programmer)

 

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The Tunnel @ InterFilm

The Tunnel returns to Berlin to screen at the InterFilm Short Film Festival 2010. This is the festival’s 26th edition and out of the 4,000 films selected, The Tunnel has been selected to screen in the Confrontation Program Against Violence and Intolerance.

 

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