Dir. Appoline Traoré, Burkina Faso/France, 2017, 90 min.
During a trip, four women from different regions of Africa develop a timely friendship. They are united by a series of struggles that they face while trying to stand on their own as independent women.
A mix of 10 contemporary full- and short-length films portraying diverse stories of African migration.
The 2019 African Film Weekend is presented by Richmond’s Dr. Kasongo Kapanga and guest curator Dr. MaryEllen Higgins of the State University of Pennsylvania, Greater Allegheny. All films will be screened in Ukrop Auditorium, located in the Robins School of Business - free and open to the public.