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Noma will be screened on the 27th and 30th July at the FIDBA in Buenos Aires.
Noma will be screened at the coming Zanzibar International Film Festival.
Noma will be screened during the course of the Doc-Cévennes International Documentary Film Festival in France in May.
The film Noma will be screened once at the Victoria Eugenia Theater on the 6 April,
during the San Sebastian Human Rights Festival.
Spanish born, Cape Town based filmmaker Pablo Pinedo draws on the
Italian cinema tradition of Neorealism to express the painful realities
of what it means to be continually stripped from human dignity whilst in the quest of securing a home.
"What strikes me is the endurance of people living in
such conditions under that type of repression…" - Pablo Pinedo
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Noma reviewed by Marie Huchzermeyer on the 19 Aug 2016.
On the evening of the 25th June 2016, Noma was awarded at Durban International Film Festival with the Amnesty International Durban Human Rights Award for the best Film with a focus on Human Rights.
Noma will be screened at the Durban International Film Festival 2016, check the link for dates and venues.
Very glad and honored to announce that our first feature documentary will be screened at the Durban International Film Festival, in South Africa.
The short documentary Sizobalwa has got a special mention at the International Human Rights Film Festival of Bogota.
Phambili Sizobalwa, phambili!
It seems that Sizobalwa is running across the globe! After making an appearance at a festival in Barcelona, the short documentary crossed the ocean and now arrives in Bogota, Colombia. It will be screened at the official competition in the international documentary section.
Sizobalwa has been selected for the Ko&Digital Film Festival held in Barcelona, Spain.