The team of the 21st annual Zanzibar International Film Festival announce is in attendance at DISCOP Johannesburg 2017 and has made a series of announcements. The Festival has officially announced the opening of submissions for competition and screening for 2018.
The Zanzibar International Film Festival is excited to announce a new special jury award category open specifically to women documentary filmmakers from Africa.
After eight days and evenings watching over 500 films, the sails were lowered for the 19th Zanzibar International Film Festival on Saturday night. A fully-packed amphitheatre, in the Old Fort was the backdrop once again for the event. By Iman Mani
Also known as the Festival of the Dhow Countries, The Zanzibar International Film Festival, is pleased to announce its extend outreach to include engagement with filmmakers from diasporas of the Dhow region.
ZIFF is excited to announce that the submission for films for the 2016 edition of ZIFF is now open.
ZIFF 2015 awarded a host of prizes to top films from around the world this evening during a stellar closing ceremony at the Old Fort in Stone Town. Festival Director Dr.
ZIFF is proud to announce its closing film, a perfect example of the synergies between film and music: I Shot Bi Kidude, Andy Jones’ follow up to, As Old as my Tongue, his biographical documentary on this legendary Zanzibari artist.
The Zanzibar International Film Festival is proud to host a series of events focused on South Africa that will include a range of South African guests including South African actress Leleti Khumalo, along with filmmakers Lebobang Rasethaba, Director and Tshego Molete Producer: Prisoner 467/64: The Untold L
The nominees for the Zuku Bongo Movie awards have been revealed and represent the region’s best in Directing, Cinematography, Editing, Producing and Acting. The nominations were announced at the Mini ZIFF event on Friday, 12th June in Dar es Salaam and Bagamoyo,.
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