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31.01.2020 General News

AFRIDOCS Migrant Stories Shows On TV3 Monday Evenings

By News Desk
AFRIDOCS Migrant Stories Shows On TV3 Monday Evenings
LISTEN JAN 31, 2020

AfriDocs, Africa’s only free streaming platform for documentary films, is once again bringing some of the best documentaries to TV screens across the continent. With the support of the German Government, AfriDocs will present powerful stories that reflect the difficulties of migration as faced by thousands of people looking for a better life in Europe.

The 2019 edition of Migration Stories is seeing six powerful and moving documentaries about the various realities of migration from an African perspective. All the films will be broadcast on TV3 in Ghana on Monday evenings at 22:30 GMT with three films still remaining and this Monday, January 20th seeing Special Flight being broadcast.

This diversity of films from Kenya, Burkina Faso, The Gambia, Burundi as well as from Europe bring in to stark focus the hardships that drive many Africans to leave their homelands, as well as the stark realities awaiting those who do.

The films are being screened as a way to increase awareness around migration in the communities that are most affected. You can join in the conversation on the AfriDocs social media platforms: https://www.facebook.com/AfriDocs/ and on twitter @Afri_docs. Use #MigrantStories to add your voice to the conversation.

In addition to the weekly broadcasts on TV3 and on key free-to-air channels in Nigeria and the Horn of Africa, the films are available to stream on Africa’s only FREE streaming platforms for documentary films, AfriDocs Anytime, www.afridocs.net that see all six of the documentaries available anytime for anyone viewing from Africa.

The FINAL film in the series will be screened this Monday February 3rd on TV 3.

Cinema Dadaab | Kati Juurus | Kenya | 2018 | 58 min

Dadaab is a dreamlike place forgotten by the rest of the world: a huge refugee camp on Kenya’s border to Somalia. The refugees cannot leave, but they let their minds escape by going to the cinema to watch films and to dream of other countries

February 3rd 22:30 GMT
About AfriDocs
AfriDocs is a uniquely bold and exciting platform exclusively for Africa, bringing the best African and international documentaries to audiences anywhere in Africa. Fans of African cinema can watch some of the best documentaries from across the continent and beyond. Africa’s well known and loved television broadcast stream, AfriDocs, is now available for viewing ANYTIME from your computer, laptop, or from any mobile device.

AfriDocs Anytime is a FREE streaming platform with a growing catalogue available for viewing at any time. It’s like having a film festival on your screen that gives you access to powerful, quality, award-winning documentaries that have shown at some of the most prestigious festivals in the world.

AfriDocs is an initiative of the multi-awarded South African documentary production and distribution company, Steps, in partnership with the Bertha Foundation.

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