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We are incredibly proud to announce that Dr June Givanni, the pioneering film curator, writer and programmer of African and African diaspora cinema, founder and director of The Jun
The Africa Institute, in collaboration with the June Givanni Pan African Cinema Archive, present a film program titled Decolonizing African Cinema: A History. Launching October 2
The series of webinars in this showcase was organised by the June Givanni Pan African Cinema Archive (JGPACA) with partners SOAS/African Screen Worlds; AFFORD; and The Africa Centr
You Hide Me: 50 Years On – Webinar Series ACTIONS GOING FORWARD This event will draw together the outcomes from the Webinars organised by the June Givanni Pan African Cin
You Hide Me: 50 Years On Webinar Series In 1970 Ghanaian filmmaker Kwate Nii Owoo managed to enter the British Museum to make this short film about the valuable African artefacts h
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‘The Time Is Now’ was a programme curated by June Givanni Pan African Archive in support of with ‘The Place Is here’ exhibition at the Nottingham Contemporary over the same
On Friday 4th February 2017, Nottingham Contemporary opened its doors to the public for their first major exhibition of the year called ‘The Place is Here’. The exhibition expl
June Givanni Pan African Archive programmed its first collaborative film screening with Mayday Rooms on December 7 2016. The film shown at Mayday Room’s screening space was H.O.
2 JGPACA screening programmes this Friday 12/8/16 at Stockwell Community Centre: Click to see flyer.
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