BY NANCY ADJANY & JULIO BIBAS
This film describes the story of "ADJANI" a young woman from a forbidden relationship, following the fact that her parents were not supposed to unite because of for conflicts in their respective villages.
This situation will put the life of their daughter Adjani in difficulty, who will pay the consequences until she experiences difficult situations.
BY KAZADI FILMS
Inside House 243 we follow a family as they attempt to integrate and navigate modern Britain whilst holding unto their roots and culture.
BY PATRICK KUBA / RONNIE KABUIKA
BY NE KUNDA
Mala, a failing Black African law graduate from London decides to turn his back on the joining the elitist rat race and sets up his own Afrobeat dance studio with the assistance of a very dubious investor. While this investor proves useful the payback is proving deadly.
BY TRESOR LUBAMBA
The Football World Cup Trophy was stolen; the government decided not to tell his people and decided to organize a victory parade in a couple of days, would they be able to find the trophy before the parade?
BY MANIA TAMBWE
We enter a night in the life of BUKKY, a beautiful, kindhearted young woman from Nigeria trapped in a relationship of convenience. BUKKY must carve out her own freedom. At any cost!
OF SENTIMENTAL VALUE
BY CAMBIUM BREAK PICTURES
SIBERIA TONKA, an African Immigrant's life turns upside down when she mistakenly loses a family artifact while desperately seeking relief from her heap of debt in America! Who wins her heart and will she save her sister in time?
*Featured Soleil Diva
BY MANIA TAMBWE
The 15-minute short film (Based on True events) will portray a story of a young boy named Placide and his little sister Rosie, who was brought to London by their mother. It depicts their arrival, struggles and abuse which was not properly dealt with.
BY RONNIE KABUIKA
Villa Matata elates the misadventures of three cousins; Ali, Mohamed and Toto, who are constantly broke, not too smart, and are always looking for easy money to satisfy their taste for alcohol and women.
BY NE KUNDA NLABA
The fifteenth century was a time when the legacy of powerful African Kingdoms was wickedly invaded by the West. A century later, a fearless young woman decides to fight for her country and is remembered as The Mother of the African Revolution.