Pop Up Teepee Screening and Storytelling
Kirikou and the Sorceress will be screened in a teepee at Felix Road Adventure Playground followed by a children’s storytelling session with Kabbo Hue Ferdinand, an Indigenous Afrikan Storyteller, exploring the unique synergy between storytelling and film and the way in which film is a storyteller.
Kirikou and the Sorceress – “This fairy tale, based on a West African legend, sends its indomitable little-boy hero on his way to outwit the evil sorceress Karaba and her minions.” The New York Times (2000).
Inspired by the folk stories from Senegal, this enchanting adventure shows how tiny but brave Kirikou outwits a powerful sorceress.
With a soundtrack by Youssou N’Dour, Kirikou brings a fresh and authentic vision of Africa.
There are two screening times available on Saturday 6th November.
Screening 1: 11:30 – 13:30 Screening 2 15:00 -17:00
Doors: 11:15AM & 14:45PM
Tickets – from Headfirst or on the door at 11:15AM & 14:45PM
Adult Ticket (pay what you feel): £3 minimum
Child’s Ticket (pay what you feel): £2 minimum
An adult ticket must be bought in conjunction with a child ticket to be valid.
This screening is part of Afrika Eye Film Festival 2021.
About The EventVenue: Felix Road Adventure Playground, Felix Rd, Easton, Bristol BS5 0JW
Date And Time: November 6, 2021 11:15
About The FilmDirector: Michel Ocelot
Cast: Theodore Sibusiso Sibeko, Antoinette Kellermann, Fezile Mpela
Country: France, Belgium, Luxembourg
Running Time: 1 hour 14 minutes
Age Rating: U