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Poster for Abderrahmane Sissako Season at BFI Southbank (29 May - 11 June 2015)

Poster for Abderrahmane Sissako Season at BFI Southbank (29 May - 11 June 2015)



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Poster for Abderrahmane Sissako Season at BFI Southbank (29 May - 11 June 2015)

Timbuktu
Poetry, Politic, and the New African Cinema

The British Film Institute (BFI) are UK's lead organisation for film, television and the moving image

Media ID 10936173

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Poster for Abderrahmane Sissako Season at BFI Southbank (29 May - 11 June 2015) (Timbuktu - Poetry, Politics, and the New African Cinema)

EDITORS COMMENTS
. This print showcases the vibrant poster created to promote a remarkable event held at the prestigious British Film Institute's Southbank location. The poster serves as a visual gateway into an extraordinary cinematic experience that unfolded from 29th May to 11th June in 2015. The focal point of this striking design is none other than acclaimed filmmaker Abderrahmane Sissako's masterpiece, "Timbuktu". With its poetic narrative and thought-provoking political undertones, this film embodies the essence of new African cinema. The poster effortlessly captures these elements through its clever composition and evocative imagery. Bold typography elegantly announces the title of both the season and featured film while seamlessly blending with artistic illustrations that symbolize Africa's rich cultural heritage. Vibrant colors reminiscent of sunsets over vast landscapes infuse energy into every corner of this visually stunning print. As one gazes upon this photograph, they are transported back to a time when BFI Southbank was transformed into an immersive hub celebrating African cinema. This event not only showcased Sissako's exceptional talent but also highlighted emerging voices within Africa's burgeoning film industry. A testament to creativity and diversity in filmmaking, this print immortalizes a momentous occasion where audiences were captivated by powerful storytelling that

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