The annual European Film Festival Zimbabwe that gives local audiences a taste of Europe’s diversity and creativity kicked off in Harare on Tuesday 19th October before spreading to Bulawayo next week.
In Harare, the festival is being held at Area 46 in Mt Pleasant until Sunday while the Bulawayo edition will run from October 26th to 31st at Ster Kinekor, Bulawayo Centre.
Thirty films will be screened over 10 days in the two cities.
All tickets are free but, due to the current pandemic, there is a limit of 100 people for all movies and, as well as showing your vaccination card, it is required to PREVIOUSLY BOOK on line in the following links:
Classical Concert at 5.30 pm at Alliance Française de Harare
with cellist Theo Bross (Germany), pianists Maxime Zecchini (France) and Filbert Marova (Zimbabwe). In addition (to this), the artists will be joined by Nancy Nacibo, Kudzi Muvori, Nigel Kamunga, Shalom Kufakwatenzi, Delvin Pikani.
We are happy to announce the return of Ciné Club in the Old Mutual Theatre on Thursday 15 April from 17h30. Entry is free of charge and seats should be reserved in advance with Josiane at; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Synopsis:A Parisian aristocrat, quadriplegic since a paragliding accident, hires a man to be his live-in caretaker. Although very different, the two men bond and develop a close friendship.
To celebrate the French language and francophonie, Belgium, Canada, France and Switzerland in Zimbabwe are offering a program of free online events from March 15 to 20, 2021. We would have preferred to organize these events in “face-to-face” but unfortunately the health context does not allow us to do so. Our intention is to try to share, even virtually, what brings us together in our differences, namely the French language of course, but also multilingualism for some, cultural diversity for all and our common values. Each day will present a theme to help you discover what the Francophonie in Zimbabwe is and what it can bring to Zimbabweans. http://semainelanguefrancaise.com/