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Salzburg Africa Film Day Set to Spotlight Two Nigerian Films

Salzburg Africa Film Day Set to Spotlight Two Nigerian Films

Salzburg Africa Film Day 2024

All the Colors of the World are Between Black and White and Bravo. Burkina! will be showcased on May 16, 2024. 

By Hope Ibiale

Africa Film Day 2024 is set to spotlight two Nigerian films in its cinema event in Salzburg, Austria. All the Colors of the World are Between Black and White, by Babatunde Apalowoand Bravo, Burkina!, by Wale Oyejide, will be showcased in Austria on May 16, 2024. 

While speaking about this year’s event, the organisers stated, “With Bravo, Burkina! and All the Colors of the World Are Between Black and White we are showing two feature films that are touching and look at fates beyond clichéd ideas. We look forward to insightful and moving moments”. 

All the Colors of the World are Between Black and White tells the story of two young men who form a powerful connection with one another in Nigeria — where homosexuality is illegal. All the Colours of the World are Between Black and White stars Tope Tedela, Riyo David, Martha Orhiere, Uche Chika Elumelu, Martha Ehinome Orhiere, and Floyd Anekwe. The film has also won the Teddy Award for best LGBTQ-themed feature film at the 2023 Berlinale

Salzburg Africa Film Day 2024

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Bravo, Burkina! follows the story of Aime, a boy who loses his family’s cattle and runs away after the loss threatens to cause a rift in his family. Years later, Aime returns to his home in Burkina Faso to regain what he has lost. The film stars Aissata Deme, Hafissata Coulibaly, Mousty Mbaye, Noël Minoungou, and Alain Tiendrebeogo. The film premiered at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival.

The Salzburg Africa Film Day is organised by the Afro-Asian Institute Salzburg and Africa Info. Africa Film Day is an event held at the Salzburg Film Culture Center, DAS KINO, in Salzburg, Austria. This cinema event was created 40 years ago to provide a stage for “modern African cinema”. 

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