Woman from Gambaga

Upcoming Screenings

London Feminist Film Festival

Saturday 1st December  4pm
Hackney Picture House,  270 Mare Street E8
A discussion with Yaba Badoe follows the screening

Afrikamera Berlin

Saturday 17th Nov 7pm
Kino Arsenal Berlin
A discussion with Yaba Badoe follows the screening

http://www.afrikamera.de/en/index.php

Paris International Lesbian & Feminist Film Festival

31st October -4th November 2012

http://www.cineffable.fr/festivals/24efestival/Docs24/CatalogueCineffable24.pdf

Atlanta Women of Color Arts and Film Festival

Saturday, March 17, 2.45
Auburn Avenue Research Library, 101 Auburn Avenue, Atlanta
http://www.wocaf.org/wocaf-festival-2012/film-festival/the-witches-of-gambaga/

Museum of the African Diaspora, San Francisco

Saturday, March 10, 10 am – 12pm Producer Amina Mama will be presenting & discussing the documentary
http://www.moadsf.org/visit/calendar.html

Women’s Things Conference, Orkney, Scotland

The Piers Arts Centre, Thursday, March 8th 7.30 pm
A discussion with Yaba Badoe follows the screening

Charles H Wright Museum of African American History, Detroit

Sunday, February 12, 2pm – 4pm A discussion with the director follows the film
The Wright Museum, 315 East Warren Avenue, Detroit

http://www.thewright.org/component/eventlist/details/365-the-witches-of-gambaga-film-screening

Women Visualising Africa, University of Michigan, Ann Arbour

Tuesday, February 14th Centre for the Education of Women, 330E. Liberty St, Ann Arbor
12-2pm film introduced by filmmaker Yaba Badoe with Q & A

University of California, Santa Barbara

Thursday, February 16th, 5pm 1701 Theater and Dance
After the screening there will be a Q & A with the director, Yaba Badoe

http://www.ihc.ucsb.edu/the-witches-of-gambaga/

African Odysseys: Delwende + The Witches of Gambaga

Saturday, January 21, BFI Southbank, London
2pm  film introduced by filmmaker Yaba Badoe with Q & A

http://www.bfi.org.uk/whatson/bfi_southbank/learning/cultural_community_and_film_events/african_odysseys

Unite Film Festival, Jo’burg South Africa

Saturday, December 10, Market Theatre,
5 pm film introduced by filmmaker Xoliswa Sitole

Festival do Rio 2011, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

October 6-18

http://www.festivaldorio.com.br/

 

 

 

 


Select Past Screenings

Reel Sisters Film Festival, Brooklyn, USA

Oct 15, Kumble Theatre, Brooklyn, New York
3.45-5.15 pm  Social Change/The Witches of Gambaga

http://reelsisters.org

Film Africa 2011, London 

Nov 7, Frontline Club

http://www.filmafrica.org.uk/

Real Life Documentary Festival, Accra, Ghana

Oct 1- 4

A Special Screening of The Witches of Gambaga, USA

54th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association, Washington DC
Friday, November 18th, Marriott Wardman Pk Hotel,

African Cultural Festival Seoul
30th June- 3rd July

Africa Monstra-se (African Reveals Itself) Lisbon

23rd – 24th July

Addis International Film Festival
June 2011, Ethiopia
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DMV International Film Festival
June 2011, Washington DC, USA
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London Independent Film Festival
April 2011, London, UK

Centre for African Studies
April 2011, Screening at Rutgers – The State University of New Jersey

Davis Feminist Film Festival
April 2011, California, USA
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18th New York African Film Festival
April 2011, New York, USA
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LA Women’s International Film Festival
March 2011, Screened as part of the Los Angeles Women’s International Film Festival
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CinemAfrica
March 2011, Screened at CinemAfrica in Stockholm, Sweden
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Forward
March 2011, Launch in London at Amnesty International, supported by Forward
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Fespaco
March 2011, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
Official Selection, Fespaco 2011, winning second prize in the Documentary section

Ghana National Televsion
March 2011, Screened on Ghana National Televsion (GTV) on Gifti Anti’s show Standpoint

Netright
Feb 2011, Launched in Accra, Ghana at the British Council Hall

Black International Film Festival
Oct 2010, Birmingham, UK, Winning Best Documentary

“An excellent exploration of how women are victimized… a valuable resource for understanding how to end this problem.”
Cornelius Moore,
California Newsreel

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