Festivals / Screenings

– October 1, 2016, 27th annual One World Film Festival in Ottawa, Canada
– October 1 – 8, 2016, Arusha African Film Festival in Antigua and Barbuda, Tanzania
– September 14-17, 2016 Cannes Short Film festival, Cinema Pathé Masséna, 31 Avenue Jean Médecin, Nice, France
April, 2016 Roma Cinema Doc, nominated as Best International Documentary
– January 2016, AFRIDOCS – online documentary film strand across sub-Saharan Africa
– December 2015, Global Issues Film Festival at the Kettering University and University of Michigan, USA
– November 16-21, 2015 – Cine Droit Libre 2015, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
– October 28, 2015 – Ford Foundation, Lagos, Nigeria
– July 24, 2015 – film projection of Quitte le Pouvoir at Community Centre Africulturban at Pikine, Dakar, Senegal
– June 29, 2015 – Cine Droit Libre 2015, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
– June 11, 2015 – opening film at Festival Africa Fête in Marseille, France. www.africafete.com
– June 6, 2015 – screening and debate at Bayreuth University, African Literature Association, Conference ‘African Futures and Beyond’, Bayreuth, Germany
– June – screening at FilmInitiativ in Cologne2-day congress with focus on the uprisings in Senegal (2012) and Burkina Faso (2014) www.filme-aus-afrika.de , www.filminitiativ.de
– May 20 – third screening QLP / ‘Wade get out!’ in Freedom Festival in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with as topic ‘films that combine art and activism’. Freedom Film festival 2015 in Malaysia (third screening)
– May 16 – Festival Vif in Mantes la Jolie (surrounding Paris)
– April 9 – screening in Fresnes, the second largest prison of France for a public of 150 prisoners. with rapper Fou Malade of Y’en a marre as animator and debater
– April 5 & 6 – Paris/ St Denis: screening at festival Panorama des Cinémas du Maghreb et du Moyen Orient‬ and in Cinema Louxor at Film Festival Banlieues Bleues (a well known film and music festival in the suburbs of Parijs)
– March 20 2015- Screening for young activists and bloggers in Burundi, in the context of the coming presidential elections in Burundi
– December 2014- Dakar, screening & debate in G Hip Hop Centre in Guediawaye, one of the largest and poorest suburbs of Dakar, with Cheikhou Diarra and Malal Talla
– November 2014- screening at ‘Africa day’ in the Tropenmuseum in Amsterdam, organized by the Max van der Stoel Foundation.
– September 2014 –  screening for the staff of the EU delegation in Dakar, Senegal
– September 2014- ‘Quitte le Pouvoir’ has been nominated for the Freedom Award, at the 6th Passion for Freedom Festival in London

– September 6-13 2014: Freedom Film Festival Malaysia: http://freedomfilmfest.komas.org
– August 26, 2014 : Humanity House, The Hague:  film, debate & concert by ‘Y’en a Marre’: http://www.humanityhouse.org/te-zien-te-doen/agenda/
–  August 20, 2014. Tolhuistuin, Amsterdam-North, screening film & small concert by ‘Y’en a Marre’ with the Dutch group Kofi during Afrobeats evening: http://www.tolhuistuin.nl/agenda/tolhuistuin-park-outdoor-cinema-sense-afro-beat

 The premiere of the short version of Quitte le Pouvoir at the World Cinema Amsterdam Festival:
– August 24, 2014: Cinema Rialto Amsterdam, Q&A with ‘Y’en a Marre’ and moderator Sylvana Simons, media personality at World Cinema Amsterdam Festival: http://www.worldcinemaamsterdam.nl
– August 16 : Bijlmer Bios, ‘Open Air’ Cinema, concert of rapgroup ‘Y’en a Marre’ (‘Fed Up).

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