Contemporary Africa on Screen programme: 25.2.2011

You are cordially invited to the next event in the  Contemporary Africa on
Screen programme.

Screening of

Join director Mohamed Osman-Kamara and journalist Ade Deramy to view their
latest documentary about Nigerian R&B band *P Square* during their trip to
the UK to perform. Among the biggest groups to come out of Africa today, P
Square are part of a new generation of African musicians who have
established themselves on the world stage through touring sell-out concerts
in football stadia across the continent.

In 2007, they released their best-selling album so far,* Game Over* which
sold 8 million copies worldwide. The screening is followed by a discussion,
led by Juma Bah of Community Action Southwark, examining the role of groups
like P Square in establishing a new kind of mass audience for
African-produced music.

Friday 25 February, 7pm, Free
South London Gallery
65 Peckham Road
London SE5 8UH

This event is part of CONTEMPORARY AFRICA ON SCREEN, curated by Jennifer
Bajorek, Goldsmiths, University of London, and the South London Gallery in
partnership with Juma Bah, Community Action Southwark

Screening and discussion are FREE, but booking recommended
On 020 7703 6120 or mail[AT]

Coming soon:

*Man Kenenki (Me, The Other).*

Originally scheduled for October, artist and feminist activist
Fatoumata Kandé Senghor presents a screening of her film *Man Kenenki (Me,
The Other).

Senghor lives and works in Dakar, Senegal and makes works in various media
including performance, film, video, photography and the written word. *Man
Kenenki* is the story of two brothers who travel between America and their
native Senegal, in a work which explores belonging, history, community and
identity. The screening is followed by a discussion of the issues raised in
the film and in Senghor’s new project, on young people in African cities,
with invited guests.