The Centre for African and Development Studies (CEsA/CSG/ISEG/ULisboa), within the scope of the “Cinema and Decolonisation: Mozambique in focus” cycle, is pleased to announce the screening of Ngwenya, the crocodile (“Ngwenya, o crocodilo” in Portuguese) (Isabel Noronha, 2007, Documentary, 90 min, Portuguese). The session is free admission and will take place on May 6th, 10 am, at ISEG – Lisbon School of Economics and Management (Auditorium 2, Rua do Quelhas n. 6, 1200-781, Lisbon, Portugal).
The debate will follow with CEsA researcher Ana Mafalda Leite, filmmaker, photojournalist and film producer Camilo de Sousa and anthropologist and ICS researcher, João Pina-Cabral.
The film will be played in Portuguese. We recommend a pre-registration, but the capacity of the auditorium will be filled in order of arrival.
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