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Black Audio Visions: Transforming the Gaze Through Sound
Institute of Contemporary Arts

Afrique-sur-Seine, dirs. Paulin Soumanou Vieyra, Jacques Mélo Kane and Mamadou Sarr, France 1955, 22 min.


Through the lenses of pan-African filmmakers, London Short Film Festival explores the auditory experience of ‘listening’ to a film, with rare archival works in dialogue with contemporary moving image.

The programme includes Paulin Soumanou Vieyra’s landmark 1955 Afrique-sur-Seine, and Sonia Boyce and Ain Bailey’s single-channel video work about the legacy of the late jazz singer and entertainer, Adelaide Hall.
Programme

Afrique-sur-Seine, dirs. Paulin Soumanou Vieyra, Jacques Mélo Kane and Mamadou Sarr, France 1955, 22 min.

Oh Adelaide, dirs. Sonia Boyce and Ain Bailey, UK 2010, 7 min.

Mugabo, dir. Amelia Umuhire, Germany / Rwanda 2016, 7 min.

Nyansapo, dir. Rabz Lansiquot, UK/ Ghana 2017, 10 min
 
09:00 pm
Wed, 15 Jan 2020
Cinema 1

£13 Full, £11 Concs/Green, £7 Blue Members. 

All films are ad-free and 18+ unless otherwise stated. Groups are advised to arrive early as seating is unallocated.

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