5-9 July 2010. The Goethe-Institut in Dar es Salaam presents a series of films on Africa, largely by African directors and producers. The line-up includes Memories of a Burning Tree (Tanzania/Netherlands/Singapore/Malaysia) by Sherman Ong (5 July); Imani (Uganda/Sweden) by Caroline Kamya (6 July); Congo in Four Acts (Congo/English documentary) by Dieudo Hamadi, Divita Wa Lusala, Patrick Ken Kalala and Kiripi Katembo Siku (7 July); Santos (South Africa) by Rupinder Jagdev (8 July);

Soul Boy (Kenya, short film) by Hawa Essuman (8 July); and

tranzania.living.room (Tanzania/Germany, documentary) by Uli Schueppel (9 July). For details and times see the Goethe-Institut website.

General Info

Address Goethe-Institut, 63 Alykhan Road (opposite the Upanga Jamatkhana Mosque), tel./fax +255 (0)22 213 4800, cellphone +255 (0)782 502 190, director@daressalaam.goethe.org.

View on Map

Films at the Goethe-Institut

Goethe-Institut, 63 Alykhan Road (opposite the Upanga Jamatkhana Mosque), tel./fax +255 (0)22 213 4800, cellphone +255 (0)782 502 190, director@daressalaam.goethe.org.