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Africa in Motion - Five Short Films including 'Hairat' - filmed in Harar

Saturday 4th November 2017

The Project Café, 134 Renfrew Street, Glasgow G3 6ST

7:00pm, Tickets £5.90 from the Eventbrite website.

Tasting Place Event

As part of the 2017 Africa in Motion Film Festival The Project Café is holding a multisensory, interactive cinema event combining samples of food ethically sourced from different countries in Africa with short films providing experimental snapshots of life from all over the continent, with a particular focus on landscape and space and how people engage with them.

One of the five films being shown is the Ethiopian film Hairat

Set in the walled city of Harar in Ethiopia, Hairat tells the story of Yussuf Mume Saleh, who for 35 years has travelled to the outskirts of the city to feed the hyenas that have co-existed with humans there for 500 years.

Director: Jessica Beshir
Country: Ethiopia
Year: 2016
Running time: 7 mins
Language: Harari with English subtitles.

More information about the film festival can be found on the Africa in Motion website.

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