AFDA film NONGQAWUSE screening at Shnit Worldwide Shortfilmfestival

News, 16 October 2019



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AFDA Cape Town 2018 honours graduation film NONGQAWUSE, written and directed Sandulela Asanda Biyana, by  will be screening and competing at this year's Shnit Worldwide Shortfilmfestival in the Made in South Africa section.

The film will be screening on the 19th of October at 18:00 at the Labia Theatre! For more information go to: http://capetown.shnit.org/ and be sure to book your tickets to watch the film on Webtickets!

The shnit Worldwide Shortfilmfestival is a non-profit organisation. The annual festival is created and centrally coordinated by Artistic Directorship in cooperation with our playground executives (Festival management). The organisation is built on principles of excellence and professionalism, enabling the global expansion of the festival. This requires active cooperation between playground executives which, in return, strengthens the transnational network of shortfilmmakers and the growing community of shortfilmlovers. The festival delivers a high quality programme of new and established international short films.

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