‘The Ones Who Keep Walking - Amarachi Nwosu’
In collaboration with Naw African Waves
In the presence of director Amarachi Nwosu.
Screening followed by a Q&A with the director and a Fashion Performance created by Sire Kaba (Erratum Fashion)
The Ones Who Keep Walking is a documentary journey across Africa to meet the vanguard of the continent's creative renaissance. The film features more than 20 of the most inspiring and optimistic artists and cultural stakeholders of the moment: musician and singer CKay (Nigeria), rapper and songwriter Sampa the Great (Zambia), dancer and artist Kamo Mphela (South Africa) and many others.
Amarachi Nwosu is a Nigerian-American self-taught filmmaker, artist, writer and producer. She is the founder of Melanin Unscripted (MU), a media platform and creative studio that aims to dismantle stereotypes by exposing complex identities and cultures around the world. In 2021, Amarachi was named on the Forbes Africa 30 under 30 list.
Fashion performance: We got the power! by Sire Kaba (Erratum Fashion)
Despite stereotypes and assignments of all kinds, women are taking control of their lives and are setting themselves free in all areas. Guided by the young artist MPLI*, powerful, feminine Amazons invite you to an anthology fashion performance, a celebration of women's power and resilience.
Saturday 28 May, 14:00 → 15:0048 min
Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 BRUSSELS
- Subtitles: French
- Original version: English
(UK, 2021, DCP, 48')