The Film Festival

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April 5-7, 2019

Film Festival

April 5-7, 2019

Hop on over to the Film Festival to hear from film-makers and take a look at an amazing lineup of animated concepts, character designs, storyboards, short films, special effects, student films and feature films that made it into the competition finals. Come and meet with the creators who will get an opportunity to speak about their projects in this cultural explosion of afro-descendant content exhibition.

Who will be the winner? Hop on over to the Film Festival and judge for yourself!

Schedule of films

Caribbean Short Film Screening

April 5, 2019 / 1:15 – 2:20
Martinique

Alain Bidard

Project Title
The Flight
Trinidad and Tobago

Jason Lindsay

Project Title
Pepper Pot Valley
Jamaica

Kenia Mattis

Project Title
The Adventures of KAM KAM – Space Explorer
Jamaica

Patricia Northover

Project Title
Miss Sugga
Jamaica

Ina Sotirova

Project Title
Agwe

International Student Film Screening

April 6, 2019 / 10:10 – 10:40
Romania

Elena Ciolacu

Project Title
The Little Hero
France

Francois Heiser

Project Title
The Knight Gym
France

Cecile Larripa

Project Title
Mr. Eole
South Africa

Lwazi Msipha

Project Title
Boy and The Mask
China

Hongliang Yuan

Project Title
Meet

International Special Effects Film Screening

April 6, 2019 / 1:10 – 11:45
New Zealand

Phil Brough

Project Title
Fire in Cardboard City
Slovenia

Matic Grgc

Project Title
The Last Cigarette on Earth:
A steam Punk Adventure
United States

Emmanuel Mozu

Project Title
Simulating Alice
South Africa

Justin Pederson

Project Title
Rocket Boys
Germany

Josephine Ross

Project Title
Wonderful World

International Short Films

April 7, 2019 / 10:00 – 11:45
Thailand

Peter Chanthanakone

Project Title
Midnight Story
South Africa

Jeremy Collins

Project Title
Belly Flop
South Africa

Jessi Ochse

Project Title
Eden
Brazil

Breno Rhor

Project Title
Yari
Russian Federation

Regina Valeeya

Project Title
Magic Book

International Feature Film

April 7, 2019 / 10:00 – 11:45
Cameroon

Claye Edou

Project Title
Minga and The Broken Spoon

LEARN, EARN and DISPLAY.

KingstOOn will build on the successes of 2013 and 2016 and again host the biennial display of
Afro-descendant culture through storytelling and animated media.

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