Afrikaleidoskop - "Mariannes Noires" - 21.06.2021
Recent violence and growing nationalism in France have brought fierce debates about the country's identity to the forefront. In this documentary, seven different French-born women of African descent confront their own unique identities and challenge the expectations of French society.
AfriKaleidoskop - "Roots Germania" - 26.05.2021
On 26 May at 6 p.m. (CEST) the film and discussion series "Afrikaleidoskop" will present "Roots Germania” - a documentary by Mo Asumang on the search for identity for people of Colour born in Germany. Roots Germania" is an intense but always ironically humorous journey that not only leads to shedding a personal trauma brought about by prejudice, hatred and fear, but also a finding of home within oneself.
Afrikaleidoskop - "Afro.Deutschland" - 19.04.2021
On 19 April at 5 p.m. (CEST) the film and discussion series "Afrikaleidoskop" will present "Afro.Deutschland" - a documentary on people of color living in Germany. The filmmaker and journalist Jana Pareigis will join the audience afterwards to participate in a discussion on the topics of the film.
AfriKaleidoskop: Afro-Diasporic Brazilian Cinema, first session: "Raizes 2020" - 25.10.2021
In search of his roots, Kelton rescues his family's ancestry and is faced with the erasure of the history of the Brazilian black people. ...more
AfriKaleidoskop: Afro-Diasporic Brazilian Cinema, second session: "Egum 2019" - 22.11.2021
After years abroad due to his brother’s murder, a renowned journalist returns to his family’s home to take care of his mother, who suffers from an unknown illness. Late at night, he is visited by two strangers. As new events unfold leading him to suspect that something ...more
AfriKaleidoskop: Afro-Diasporic Brazilian Cinema, third session: "Chico Rei Entre Nós 2020" - 13.12.2021
Chico Rei was an enslaved Congolese king who freed himself and his subjects during the "Gold Cycle" in Minas Gerais. His story is the starting point to explore the various echoes of Brazilian slavery in the lives of black people today, understanding ...more