Namibia Film Week to kick off on Wednesday in Windhoek


The Namibia Film Week will kick off on Wednesday in Windhoek.

The four-day Namibian film screening events will showcase shorts, features, and documentaries all produced by Namibians. 

The initiative, a brainchild of the Namibia Film Commission, is part of their mandate to advance the local film industry.

Film Week further aims to create a platform to showcase new local films, create an appetite for local film productions and influence how people perceive the world through film.

Namibians encouraged to take part in the EU film festival


Namibians are encouraged to take part in the EU film festival starting next Wednesday.

Eighteen European and Namibian films are expected to be screened in Windhoek at the Opera House.

Through the festival, European Union Ambassador to Namibia Sinikka Antila said, they aim to raise interest, awareness and educate the local audience about European and Namibian films.

The platform will also strengthen cooperation and communication between the EU and the Namibian public.

Namibia Film Week returns


The Namibia Film Week returns after the devastating impact of COVID-19 on the creative space.

The film week, organised by the Namibia Film Commission, encourages the Namibian audience to celebrate and view with filmmakers and industry professionals Namibia's cinema.

It also promotes Namibian films while telling stories that they can relate to. It will be held from 26- 29 October at different venues, still to be announced in the |Khomas Region.