Kunta Kinte International Afro-descendant Community Film Festival

Medellin-Cali-Quibdó-, Colombia

Logo of Kunta Kinte International Afro-descendant Community Film Festival

Deadline
30 Jun 2022


Published: 08 Mar 2022
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Carabantú has a special focus in film as an ethno-educational tool that can help challenge stereotypes. Our team works to implement this through the exhibition of films related to the memory of populations of African origin, from the African continent and the diaspora.

In addition to the exhibition of film productions by African and Afro-descendant artists, the Kunta Kinte International Afro-descendant Community Film Festival (VFICCAKK), created an opportunity to carry out a photography and video-production training process that involved over 120 Afro-descendant children and youth in Medellin. Together, the annual four festivals that have been organized so far have allowed for the training of two hundred Afro-descendant children and youth from Eigth peripheral of the city where there is a significant Afro-descendant presence, including many internally displaced people who have been forced to leave other territories in Colombia. For this reason, we feel energized and motivated to organize the Fiveth Kunta Kinte International Afro-descendant Community Film Festival in 2022.


International Festival

Short film festival

Feature film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental  Music Video


Photo of Festival Internacional de Cine Comunitario Afrodescendiente Kunta Kinte
Photo of Festival Internacional de Cine Comunitario Afrodescendiente Kunta Kinte
Photo of Festival Internacional de Cine Comunitario Afrodescendiente Kunta Kinte
Photo of Festival Internacional de Cine Comunitario Afrodescendiente Kunta Kinte



 
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