Richard Okezie decides to leave Sylvia, his lifelong imaginary friend and lover for Gbemi a flesh-and-blood real woman, but complications arise when Sylvia decides to destroy Richard’s peaceful life.
6:00PM The Little Carib Theatre
Thursday, May 23, 2019
Hajooj Kuka | Sudan | 2018 | '78 | 14+
Adnan is a Sudanese revolutionary who is considered a war hero. His love for his AK47 rifle is equalled only by his feelings for Lina, his long-suffering sweetheart. When Adnan is late to return to his military unit after his leave, army commander Blues launches a kasha: the rounding up and arresting of truant soldiers. Adnan is caught-off guard and makes a run for it with his friend Absi. The two unlikely friends plot ways to reunite Adnan with his gun – and with Lina – while avoiding their fellow soldiers. Through a series of wry and humorous incidents over 24 hours, we explore life and ideology in rebel-held areas of Sudan.
In a country known for political controversies—such as having the same president since 1980 and one of the most controversial land redistribution acts—one man, Dr. Solomon Guramatunhu, does all he can to uplift and empower the Zimbabwean people. Through his work as a medical doctor, philanthropist, and involvement in the local arts, he gives back generously to his homeland. His core values include the importance of education, art appreciation and role-modeling for the generations to come
Screenings at The Little Carib Theatre: $50.00:
AFTT JR. | AFTT Main Programme
Tickets available at The Little Carib Box Office from Thursday (May 23) - Sun (May 26) 11AM-8PM