What Is It?
Constitutional Hill is super proud to present their third annual edition of the three-day long celebration of our history, the Human Rights Festival. This is one of the signature events hosted at Constitution Hill to uphold our culture of human rights. The 2020 edition of the festival celebrates the contribution and promise of young people whose actions change the world for the better.
The Human Rights festival showcases the work of social justice organisations and explores human rights issues through exhibitions, film, poetry, theatre, music, dialogues and debates. It provides a platform to engage with human rights issues in both the South African and global contexts.
The event will kick off with FREE exhibitions and tours of Constitution Hill. Over the next few days, there will be plenty of activities on Activism Row, including a film festival, workshops, theatre and a poetry festival. The main event for this year's festival, the Music Fest takes place on the second evening of the festival, with the "We the People Walk” happening on the final day. The walk encourages citizens to walk for the realisation of the rights enshrined in our Constitution under the banner #WETHEPEOPLE?
When Is It?
Friday, 27 March 2020 - Sunday, 29 March 2020.
Where Is It?
Constitution Hill, corner of Joubert Street and Kotze Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
How Much Is It?
Get your free tickets to the festival here.
For More Information
For more information about this festival, visit www.constitutionhill.org.za.
The annual AFDA Experimental Festival returns this June. This highly sough-after school for creatives has been at the forefront of higher education in television, film, theatre and arts business administration since 1994. This year's AFDA Experimental Festival is even bigger than previous editions. With over 60 experimental films and documentaries on show, it is an all out art lovers paradise. In addition, there will be 30 live theatre performances and live music acts to keep you enthralled.
AFDA is at the cutting edge of business innovation and technology. They encourage students to think outside the box to develop new ways of thinking and making in art. If you or your child has an interest in studying a higher degree in the arts or technology, visit AFDA for the campus experience. However, the college welcomes all art and film enthusiasts to their festival. We'll see you there!
Wednesday, 12 June 2019 - Saturday, 15 June 2019.
To see the full festival schedule, click here.
AFDA, 41 Frost Avenue, Auckland Park, Johannesburg.
Ticket information has not been communicated.
For more information, visit AFDA's website. Follow them on social media for further updates:
Contact them on +27 (0) 11 482 8345 or via email at [email protected]
The Bioscope Independent Cinema is proud to once again host Encounters, The South African International Documentary Film Festival. Coming to you direct from the world’s leading festivals, Encounters has secured the rights to screen 2019’s most acclaimed documentaries. These films will take you on a diverse journey - from the front row of high-fashion’s runways to eavesdropping on an international racist conspiracy with South African ties. Expect tributes to Pan-Africanism via Fela Kuti, as well as Afrika Bambaataa’s search for his routes in Kwa-Zulu Natal. This year's selection is overflowing with top quality choices for documentary fans.
For the full festival programme, click here.
Friday, 7 June 2019 - Sunday, 16 June 2019.
Show dates and times are available on the Bioscope's website.
The Bioscope, 286 Fox Street, Maboneng, Johannesburg.
Tickets cost R60 per person for every show. Get yours here.
For more information, visit the Bioscope's Facebook page.