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Official Selection ADCF

7 Official Selection, 2 Premi Internazionali (Miglior Film ER e Miglior Film Europeo 2019) e una Premiere irripetibile a Venezia, ma questa notizia ci riempie di entusiasmo!


Rwanda è “Official Selection” all’African Diaspora Cinema Festival, un festival internazionale nato per celebrare la memoria del Continente Africano e delle sue numerose diaspore. L’Africa accoglie Rwanda come portavoce di un messaggio di pace e integrazione e questo ci riempie di immenso orgoglio.


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ADCF’s vision is to raise awareness about Africa Cinema, its vast potentials and the socio-economic impact it has not only on African economies but gradually expanding to other parts of the world’s economy as well. Our aim is to use cinema to create a revolution that will change the social and economical horizon of Africa, by creating the way to the countless number of films produced in Africa and by the African diaspora filmmakers. “Stop Human Trafficking” is the theme of African Diaspora Cinema Festival, is a theme that draws on the principle that being African is a bond that goes beyond geography, birth or lineage; as people of African origin are spread across the globe and Africa is also proud home to many non-Africans. Africa has been able to capture the world’s attention through its ancient cultural heritage and beginnings of civilization. With films it will have the power to connect people from around the world.


Film is a powerful platform that is better able to attract and engage people in constructive activity and providing enjoyment, enlivening spaces and enriching lives. Film and art can lead to a better understanding and foster communication between peoples of diverse cultures, races, and lifestyles.


ADCF is rising from the ashes in a difficult moment in which cops of thousands of Africans flow like water in the mediterranean sea. In a moment of racial tolerance, in a moment people are not only rebelling about the lack of jobs, but equal opportunity and fairness before the law. Also in a moment our stories are not being heard nor told in public spaces.