The Goethe-Institut Kamerun will be dedicating its last cinema week for this year to the theme “Living Together”.
Eight films from various countries (Germany, Cameroon, Haiti, Chad, and Nigeria) have been earmarked by the program planner and film critic Enoka Ayemba (Berlin). These films, which have grabbed awards at the biggest festivals the world over and most of which have never been screened in Cameroon, cover topics such as solidarity, forgiveness, and citizenship, as well as racism, segregation, misogyny, and revolution.
They discuss recurrent contemporary issues such as memory, immigration and power. The screenings will be followed by discussions with the audience.
The screenings will take place from November 28 to December 2nd , 2017 in Sita Bella (Ministry of Communication).
28.11. 18h00 Willkommen bei den Hartmanns (Simon Verhoeven/Germany/2016/116’)
29.11. 18h00 À peine j’ouvre les yeux (Leyla Bouzid/Tunisia /2015/102′)
30.11. 18h00 Zwischen Welten (Feo Aladag/Germany/2014/98′)
01.12. 17h00 Naked reality (Jean-Pierre Bekolo/Cameroon/ Afrique du Sud/ Germany/2016/62′)
18h00: I Am Not Your Negro (Raoul Peck/Haiti/2016/93′)
02.12. 14h00 Am Ende kommen Touristen (R. Thalheim/Germany/2007/85′)
16h00: Chef! (Jean Marie Teno/Cameroon/1999/61′)
18h00: Daratt (Mahamat Saleh Haroun/Chad/2006/96′)