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AiM on Tour

After the success of Africa in Motion’s touring programmes over the past few years, we are continuing this strand of the festival, and in the spirit of our Children and Youth in Africa focus, we are travelling to primary and secondary schools in Edinburgh, Fife and the Lothians in February 2012. We will screen films, talk to the children about Africa and teach them through discussions, workshops and stories from the most amazing places in Africa, about being a global citizen. In line with the curriculum for excellence, we will offer new ways of learning, with education packs for the teachers and creative ways of learning for the pupils. 

We have selected nine fantastic African films and grouped them in Film Packages for Primary and Secondary Schools. Each Film Package differs in length and age group. Consult the information below to learn about  the titles included in each Package and learn more about the films on our Films & Events page.

For enquiries please contact our Schools Tour Coordinator Zora King by emailing [email protected] Download the booking form and send it back to us.

 

PRIMARY SCHOOLS

 

L'arbre aux esprits (Tree of Spirits)

 

Film Package 1  (Lower Grades)

 Total Time: 65 min. 

FILMS: L'arbre aux exprits (Tree of Spirits) PLUS The legend of Ngong Hills PLUS Za Mwizi 40 PLUS Sibo and Friends

 

 

 

 

Mbambu and the Mountains of the Moon

 

Film Package 2 (Higher Grades)

Total Time: 83 min. FILMS: Mbambu and the Mountains of the Moon PLUS The Legend of Ngong Hills PLUS Lezare PLUS Hisab

 

 

 

 

SECONDARY SCHOOLS


Where do I Stand?

 

Film Package 1 (Lower Grades)

Total Time: 65 min. FILMS: Where do I Stand? PLUS Lezare PLUS Zebu and the Photo Fish

 

 

 

 

 

De Corpo e Alma (Body and Sould)

 

Film Package 2 (Higher Grades)

Total Time: 71 min. FILMS: De Corpo e Alma (Body and Soul) PLUS Lezare

 

 

 

 

Our Schools Tour is generously funded by the British Film Institute Transition Fund.


 





 


 

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