Pipas and his crew are dubbing An African Election into Portuguese in Maputo, Mozambique for our partner, the European Centre for Electoral Support.
The final version should be ready beginning of October and will be used for educational purposes!
The deadline is approacing for the Oct 14-18 workshop on DEALING WITH ELECTORAL VIOLENCE: Leadership and Conflict Management Skills for Electoral Stakeholders Workshop in Barcelona.
They’re using An African Election in their training. More information here.
We’ll be playing as the opening film for the African Diaspora Film Festival in Firenze. If you’re in Italy, come check it out!
An African Election will be screening at the Watch Africa 2013: Wales African Film Festival on Dec 5, 2013. To buy tickets, click here.
We are pleased to announce that An African Election is now available for digital purchase on iTunes via our partnership with The Sundance Institute.
This is a very big step for us and we hope that the release will create more avenues to positively impact the building of democracy in Africa and beyond. We are also releasing the soundtrack from the film via our own record label – Urban Republic Records!
The journey of this film continues to surprise me over and over. Was I prepared for this? No! I thought that after 4 years since the release I would be releasing my next film. Never did I dream of the social and political impact An African Election would have. I have been most fortunate to travel, learn, and see with my own eyes what is out there. And so, the film continues its journey.
Please be so kind and help us spread the word of the Sundance release. Tell family, friends, and people you believe might be genuinely interested.
For digital downloads (US): iTunes
For educational screenings: Cinema Guild
For purchases UK / Europe: Dogwoof
Once again, we couldn’t have done this without you. Thanks so much!