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Film Africa 2016 Dine & View: Children of the Mountain
Sat 5th Nov 2016, 7pm

 

Dir. Priscilla Anany
Ghana, USA. 2016. 101 mins. Akan, Ewe with English subtitles.

When her baby is born with a cleft lip and cerebral palsy, Essuman is told that she has a 'dirty womb'. Her partner swiftly leaves her, shattering her plans for family life and a good place within rural Ghanaian society. Superstition in the community grows, with whispers of the child's deformities being the work of the devil. As Essuman's searches for a cure end in failure, her desperation mounts and her love for her son is tested. Is she starting to believe the old wives' tales? Beautifully shot with a stunning central performance from rising star, Rukiyat Masud, Priscilla Anany's debut is a subtly told yet powerful story of female empowerment and a mother's love.

Screening with short film CONDRONG - UK Premiere
Dir. Gonçalo Almeida | 2016. 11 min. English. N/C 15+. A mysterious entity among the people of the The Gambia.

Followed by a Q&A with director Priscilla Anany and star Rukiyat Masud. This is a Dine & View event: Ghanaian food will be served and is included in the ticket price.

 

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Brought to you by Film Africa, the Royal African Society's annual festival celebrating the best African cinema from across the continent and diaspora. The 2016 festival will take place in venues across London from 28 October to 6 November. The full festival programme will be released on 3 October. www.filmafrica.org.uk 


 

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