Cause and Effect

Cause and Effect Virtual reality category by Francis Kamibili-Mzembe & Rodney Jonathan Likaku | Malawi Against nature even man is an endangered species. Cause And Effect allows the player to join in on the climate change conversation, immersing them in an apocalyptic sub-Saharan Africa. The continent is burning, and as a climatologist working for [...]

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II Worlds

II Worlds Virtual reality category by Arnaud van Vliet & Naomi van Niekerk | Dryfsand | South Africa We inhabit two worlds. The outer world, this is the world that we observe and physically engage with and the inner world, the world of our imagination, ideas, hopes, dreams and desires. The film ‘II Worlds’ seeks [...]

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Jilinde Game

Jilinde Game Video game category by Musafiri Mbilinyi | Bongotoonz | TANZANIA The ''Jilinde game'' is a fun and interactive game that makes Adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) more aware of HIV/AIDS and help her make the right decisions. The game takes the player through several obstacles and situations which the player has to be [...]

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The Rotoscope Orchestra

The Rotoscope Orchestra Digital music category by Magalela Mtshali | South Africa The Rotoscope Orchestra aims to perform live soundscapes to early 1900’s silent films. The project will bring these early pioneering films back into the public lexicon, but will also add an Afrocentric aesthetic to the films. The aim is to fuse eclectic soundscapes [...]

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Last Night A Haircut Saved My Life

Last Night A Haircut Saved My Life Virtual reality category by Roxanne Dalton | South Africa Last Night a Haircut Saved My Life is a 7 min VR documentary exploring life in Cape Town’s gang ridden Lavender Hill through the means of a virtual haircut. Inspired by ‘The Virtual Barber’, this film will begin by [...]

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Ashley Gnahoua

Ashley Gnahoua Dailymotion Africa (France/Ivory Coast) DLA EXPERT After an education in administration and more than 8 years of experience in this field, Ashley GNAHOUA transformed her passion for communication and marketing into a profession. In October 2017, she joined Dailymotion Africa where she is now in charge of Community and Marketing Management for the continent.

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m-MuZiik

m-MuZiik Digital music category by Patrick Mveng | m-MuZiik | CAMEROON m-MuZiik is a service that allows you to legally listen to an infinity of music on your mobile phone. Unlike other streaming services, m-MuZiik is compatible with any "classic" phone, which has no Internet coverage and the user does not need to download a mobile [...]

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Drive Jozi

Drive Jozi Video game category by Ben Myres & Cukia Kimani | Nyamakop | SOUTH AFRICA Drive Jozi is a 3D vehicle combat game set in a playful post-apocalyptic South Africa. South African factions, cultures, and politics have had to adapt their ideologies to this new context. Yet, while the setting is dystopian, it has [...]

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Mbira Online

Mbira Online Digital music category by Tafadzwa Sharaunga | ZIMBABWE The idea behind Mbira Online is to create an innovation that allows for the entry of the Mbira instrument (dominantly east African instrument) and its full percussive element into digital audio workstations as a virtual studio technology plugin. It would be accessible on the web [...]

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Request Africa

Request Africa Digital music category by Ali Dennis | Request Africa | KENYA You release the music, we keep watch. Request Africa introduces a whole new dimension of artist discovery and royalty management by providing record labels, music publishers, musicians and advertising agencies an easy to use platform with guaranteed and precise music airplay data. Request [...]

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