Africa In The Picture, Amsterdam



14th Edition – 5th to 9th October 2011

Africa In The Picture,  Amsterdam
Africa in the Picture is a film festival promoting filmmakers coming from Africa or from the African diaspora. Each year, the festival presents more than 50 recent films, documentary films, fiction and animation films. The next festival will be held from Wednesday 5th till Sunday 9th October 2011 in Bioscoop het Ketelhuis in Amsterdam, followed by a selection of the films in Filmhuis Den Haag, BIRD Rotterdam, Movie-W Wageningen, Filmfoyer Tilburg and Verkadefabriek Den Bosch.

The films featured in the 2011 programme will deal with the following themes:
.Angola in the picture
.Gay Africa
.Highlights of Motherland

Call for films

Producers and filmmakers are invited to send their works before the 15th of June 2011. Application forms are available online on






For further information:

Notorious Film Distributie
/ Africa in the Picture FF

Nieuwe Leliestraat 169 bg
1015 HD Amsterdam
Pays Bas
Phone: +31 (0)20 6227151




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