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Two interactive pieces: Afro Promo #1 (Kinglady), which explores the influence of comic book heroes on the American immigrant; and Afripedia – Dance Battle 360°, an immersive experience that allows anyone, anywhere to experience dance from the continent firsthand.
The first anti-apartheid feature film made by, for, and about black South Africans tells the story of Panic, a petty gangster who gets caught up in the growing anti-apartheid struggle and has to choose between individual gain and standing united with others against the system.
By Samantha Walsh on April 6, 2017
Uprize! looks at the political, social, and cultural conditions that shaped the June 1976 student uprising in South Africa, how those ideas we transformed into liberatory action, and how those actions helped shape the democratic society we live in today. Co-presented by Cinema Tropical. Preceded by: Malcolm X: Struggle for Freedom (Lebert Bethune, 20m).