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Our documentary Hello Africa will be broadcasted via OKTO -Vienna’s public participatory television station. The channel can be recieved via Cable in Vienna region or online via webstream/IPTV.

Broadcasting dates:

Saturday, 19 June, 9:15 pm

Sunday, 20 June, 7:15 pm

Saturday, 26 June, 10:30 pm

Detailed program on OKTO

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Hello Africa on OKTO!
was published on 17.06.2010 by Isabella Wagner. It files under global
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Hello Africa goes to Barcelona this weekend

We are very pleased to announce that our documentary received an invitation to be showed at the NOW festival in  Barcelona, at the CCCB (Centre de Cultura e Contemporània de Barcelona).

The festival is going on between 26-27/3, and Hello Africa is to be screened on Saturday 27 March, 19:00 in the main foyer, listed under the New Activism category.

The festival describes itself like this:

NOW is a reflection on the present based on the scientific, technological, artistic, social and spiritual transformations that are taking place at the start of the 21st century. It is a process of research, creation and dissemination that aims to bring together different local and international agents involved in the actions that are promoting a change of paradigm in the information and knowledge society and in globalised cultures.

If you want to follow the event on Twitter, the hashtag is #now10. There is also a live streaming of the ongoing events on their webpage.

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Hello Africa goes to Barcelona this weekend
was published on 25.03.2010 by Anders Bolin. It files under global
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Hello Africa festival screening in Wales

Our documentary Hello Africa continues to tour the world. Previously shown in Accra, Ghana, at the Maker Faire Africa event, 14-16 of August (Which we attended and covered in detail here) , and just recently we were honoured to be invited and have it screened at a festival event called May You Live in Interesting Times, in Cardiff, Wales, 22-24 of October. This was a three-day festival “that celebrates the latest intriguing uses of everyday technology and social innovation, enabled through shared ideas”, and the film was screened daily on their festival hub. Here’s a brief description of the core idea behind the festival:

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“With technology now firmly placed in the everyday we have put together a festival programme that explores how participation is increasingly the driving force behind much digital content. Mass-technology has enabled individuals and communities to become connected and share information.”

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Unfortunately we had no possibility to attend this great event ourselves, but according to Carolina Vasquez who is a festival coordinator there, the movie was highly appreciated by the audience and a “great success”. Check out the screening program here, and the Hello Africa entry here.

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Hello Africa festival screening in Wales
was published on 03.11.2009 by Anders Bolin. It files under eastern and central europe
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