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BaKaForum 2010 announces opening slate

The BaKaForum, which opens on January 29, has announced its opening slate. The theme of this year's BaKaForum is about migration, integration and identity, and the films that are screening reflect the theme. Films screening include Me, My Gipsy Family and Woody Allen from first-time filmmaker Laura Halilovic, The Burning Man - Ernesto Alfabeto Nhamuave about a Mozambique immigrant and victim of South African township riots, from director Adze Ugah and PLURAL+, as well as short films produced by youth which were entered into the UN Alliance of Cvilizations PLURAL+ festival.
November 19, 2009

The BaKaForum, which opens on January 29, has announced its opening slate. The theme of this year’s BaKaForum is about migration, integration and identity, and the films that are screening reflect the theme. Films screening include Me, My Gipsy Family and Woody Allen from first-time filmmaker Laura Halilovic, The Burning Man – Ernesto Alfabeto Nhamuave about a Mozambique immigrant and victim of South African township riots, from director Adze Ugah and PLURAL+, and short films produced by youth which were entered into the UN Alliance of Cvilizations PLURAL+ festival.

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