INDIGENOUS WISDOM. AFRICAN FILM FEST WITH SCAMMER DRAMA
 
4.00PM: DOCU - KANYINI (2006, 53 min) is a tale of Indigenous wisdom clashing against materialist notions of progress. The story told by an Aboriginal man, who lives beside the greatest monolith in the world in Central Australia. 7.00PM: AFRICAN FILM FEST OPENING, featuring CONCERNING VIOLENCE (2014, 90 min). Director G.H. Olsson takes a look at African nations' struggle to escape colonial rule and enlisted former “Fugees” singer Lauren Hyll for the film's narration. 8.30PM: DRAMA – “419” (2012, 84 min) follows a struggling New York actor, who loses everything in a scam based in South-Africa. His two best friends take him to Cape Town to find the scammer.