13 episodes

Afriquan Film is a series in which we shall explore our continent’s cinematic landscape through film recommendations, as well as conversations with pertinent practitioners working within this creative industry. Join us over these next 13 episodes as we speak to filmmakers, sales and distributions agents, streaming representatives, festival directors, commentators and more.

Afriquan Film Enraptured Odyssey

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Afriquan Film is a series in which we shall explore our continent’s cinematic landscape through film recommendations, as well as conversations with pertinent practitioners working within this creative industry. Join us over these next 13 episodes as we speak to filmmakers, sales and distributions agents, streaming representatives, festival directors, commentators and more.

    Episode 12 - Multichoice's Talent Factory, A Generation of African Filmmakers with Bobby Heaney

    Episode 12 - Multichoice's Talent Factory, A Generation of African Filmmakers with Bobby Heaney

    Afriquan Film a podcast series in which we shall explore our continent’s cinematic landscape through film recommendations, as well as conversations with pertinent practitioners working within this creative industry.
    Our twelfth episode finds us diving into a programme that's developing a wealth of African filmmakers, Multichoice's Talent Factory [previously known as the Magic in Motion Academy]. Our guest is the pioneering filmmaker, Bobby Heaney, who runs the South African leg of the program that has since branched into four countries within the continent. Our conversation explores the Factory, of which our host was an initial recipient of, and the impact it has had on it's surrounding industries. There are plenty of tips for prospective and aspiring filmmakers. Follow us on @afriquanfilm on Instagram and Twitter for more information.
    CreditsHost: Yazz The Student
    Guest: Bobby Heaney
    Voice Artist: Nomava Kibare
    Script and Edit: Yalezo Njuguna
    Original Music Produced by: DoouShii
    Producers: Yalezo Njuguna and Kibare wa Njuguna
    Film RecommendationHappiness is A Four Letter Word [Guest Recommendation] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teS_BiLulVs (Trailer)
    Brought To You By:Enraptured Odyssey
    The Broke Ass Showcase
    The National Film and Video Foundation

    • 1 hr 27 min
    Episode 11 - The World of Story Development with Tracey-Lee Rainers

    Episode 11 - The World of Story Development with Tracey-Lee Rainers

    Afriquan Film a podcast series in which we shall explore our continent’s cinematic landscape through film recommendations, as well as conversations with pertinent practitioners working within this creative industry.
    Our eleventh episode finds us diving into world of story development with script consultant, Tracey-Lee Rainers. Our conversation explores the process in which stories are developed for screen, the challenges that face this sector as well as how the industry's storytelling is developing. There are plenty of tips for prospective and aspiring writers. Follow us on @afriquanfilm on Instagram and Twitter for more information.
    CreditsHost: Yazz The Student
    Guest: Tracey-Lee Rainers
    Voice Artist: Nomava Kibare
    Script and Edit: Yalezo Njuguna
    Original Music Produced by: DoouShii
    Producers: Yalezo Njuguna and Kibare wa Njuguna
    Film RecommendationThe Delivery Boy [Podcast Recommendation] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7YW1xOPgrAandt=5s (Trailer)
    Seriously Single [Guest Recommendation] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2SVIVkP2_U (Trailer)
    Hyenas [Guest Recommendation] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqO9FFwIAGA (Trailer)
    Brought To You By:Enraptured Odyssey
    The Broke Ass Showcase
    The National Film and Video Foundation

    • 55 min
    Episode 10 - The Business End of Film, Exploring Sales and Distribution with Pascal Schmitz

    Episode 10 - The Business End of Film, Exploring Sales and Distribution with Pascal Schmitz

    Afriquan Film a podcast series in which we shall explore our continent’s cinematic landscape through film recommendations, as well as conversations with pertinent practitioners working within this creative industry.
    Our tenth episode finds us diving into the sales and distribution end of the film industry with film producer and agent, Pascal Schmitz. Our conversation explores the infrastructure and mechanics that govern film distribution with a focus on where African film fits into it. It also dives into the various ways filmmakers can make themselves more viable to sales agents and distributors; both as aspirants and functioning filmmakers. Follow us on @afriquanfilm on Instagram and Twitter for more information.
    CreditsHost: Yazz The Student
    Guest: Pascal Schmitz
    Voice Artist: Nomava Kibare
    Script and Edit: Yalezo Njuguna
    Original Music Produced by: DoouShii
    Producers: Yalezo Njuguna and Kibare wa Njuguna
    Film RecommendationOf Good Report [Podcast Recommendation] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HkWNZq-6u0 (Trailer)
    Sew The Winter to My Skin [Guest Recommendation] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrLepWsV1EQandt=3s (Trailer)
    Brought To You By:Enraptured Odyssey
    The Broke Ass Showcase
    The National Film and Video Foundation

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Episode 9 - African Film Accessibility, Uganda's Film Culture with Sharon Rwakatungu

    Episode 9 - African Film Accessibility, Uganda's Film Culture with Sharon Rwakatungu

    Afriquan Film a podcast series in which we shall explore our continent’s cinematic landscape through film recommendations, as well as conversations with pertinent practitioners working within this creative industry.
    Episode 9 finds us exploring how accessible African Cinema is for the casual viewer with Ugandan film enthusiast and podcaster Sharon Rwakatungu. Our discussion explores our culture of African film consumption and how accessible (or inaccessible it is), whilst comparing the differences between Ugandan and South African programming and film culture. Follow us on @afriquanfilm on Instagram and Twitter for more information.
    CreditsHost: Yazz The Student
    Guest: Sharon Rwakatungu
    Voice Artist: Nomava Kibare
    Script and Edit: Yalezo Njuguna
    Original Music Produced by: DoouShii
    Producers: Yalezo Njuguna and Kibare wa Njuguna
    Film RecommendationViva Riva [Podcast and Guest Recommendation] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0MG8QJge0k (Trailer)
    Mossane [Guest Recommendation] - Trailer N/A (If you have a link to the trailer please provide and we will update.)
    The Battle of Algiers [Guest Recommendation] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wd5Pz8KJeU4 (Trailer)
    Kati Kati [Guest Recommendation] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BAxK1RRyul0 (Trailer)
    Nairobi Half Life [Guest Recommendation] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRjBLAnx2jUandt=38s (Trailer)
    I Am Not A Witch [Guest Recommendation] - https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=i+am+not+a+witch+trailer (Trailer)
    Brought To You By:Enraptured Odyssey
    The Broke Ass Showcase/NFVF

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Episode 8 - The State of South African Film Culture with Nqanawe Shangase

    Episode 8 - The State of South African Film Culture with Nqanawe Shangase

    Afriquan Film a podcast series in which we shall explore our continent’s cinematic landscape through film recommendations, as well as conversations with pertinent practitioners working within this creative industry.
    Episode 8 finds us exploring the state of South African film culture with filmmaker, photographer and film pundit Nqanawe Shangase. Our discussion explores our culture of film critique and conversation as well as the conservation of film culture and how it can grow within a local perspective. Follow us on @afriquanfilm on Instagram and Twitter for more information.
    CreditsHost: Yazz The Student
    Guest: Nqanawe Shangase
    Voice Artist: Nomava Kibare
    Script and Edit: Yalezo Njuguna
    Original Music Produced by: DoouShii
    Producers: Yalezo Njuguna and Kibare wa Njuguna
    Film RecommendationThe Train of Salt and Sugar [Podcast Recommendation] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHdSsaDWEZ0 (Trailer)
    Nommer 37 [Guest Recommendation] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdWMxQg7G1w (Trailer)
    Knuckle City [Guest Recommendation] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_rHYmfU43Q (Trailer)
    Mayfair [Guest Recommendation] - https://youtu.be/I-lDVJ35YBI (Trailer)
    Brought To You By:Enraptured Odyssey
    The Broke Ass Showcase/NFVF

    • 1 hr 23 min
    Episode 7 - A Zulu Christmas and Navigating Film Production during Co-Vid with Xolani Nhlapo

    Episode 7 - A Zulu Christmas and Navigating Film Production during Co-Vid with Xolani Nhlapo

    Afriquan Film a podcast series in which we shall explore our continent’s cinematic landscape through film recommendations, as well as conversations with pertinent practitioners working within this creative industry.
    Episode 7 finds us talking with Eccentric Circus Producer, Director and thespian, Xolani Nhlapo about his experiences navigating the new normal of shooting within Co-Vid and the implications that it's had. We also get a glimpse into how he finds the current state of South Africa's film and television industry as someone currently finding their feet within it. Follow us on @afriquanfilm on Instagram and Twitter for more information.
    CreditsHost: Yazz The Student
    Guest: Xolani Nhlapo
    Voice Artist: Nomava Kibare
    Script and Edit: Yalezo Njuguna
    Original Music Produced by: DoouShii
    Producers: Yalezo Njuguna and Kibare wa Njuguna
    Film RecommendationA Zulu Christmas [Podcast Recommendation] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQXfpEJYb3M (Trailer)
    Nairobi Half-Life [Guest Recommendation] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRjBLAnx2jU (Trailer)
    Of Good Report [Guest Recommendation] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hnpg1LdlJU (Trailer)
    Brought To You By:Enraptured Odyssey
    The Broke Ass Showcase/NFVF

    • 1 hr 6 min

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