Namibia Film Week

Open Air Screening

Friday, 16 November, 20h00 on FNCC Terrace
Entrance: N$ 20

all she ever wanted

All She Ever Wanted

Short Film, directed by Errol Geingob
16 min. Language: English
Cast: Kirsty Watermeyer, Nicola Theron

Emma's childhood dream was to have kids one day. Then fast forward to a few years later, she is seven months into her first pregnancy, which is an absolute dream come true for her. But then Emma has to face the brutal reality of loosing all she ever wished for.



Short Film, directed by Joel Haikali
23 min, Language: English
Cast: Joel Haikali, Thereza Kahorongo, Tulimelila Shiytuwete, Muhindua Kaura

8 hours in Windhoek: A series of events and circumstances suddenly connect different lives from completely different backgrounds – from ‘one end to the other end of town’ -until they all end up in Windhoek public hospital, where the rich guy must wait in line and the Botsotso meets Jesus.


100 Bucks

Short Film, directed by Oshosheni Hiveluah
24:07 min, Language: Mixed with English subtitles
Cast: Perivi J. Katjavivi, Lynn Strydom

100 Bucks is an urban story of the journey of a 100-dollar note that passes from hands of wealth to hands of need and through thieving hands. The journey of the currency presents brief insights into the lives of different characters and their daily struggles.


My Beautiful Nightmare

Short Film / Experimental, directed by Perivi John Katjavivi
12 min, Language: Silent

A girl spends her evenings prostituting herself out on the streets of Windhoek. But when a client roughs her up the experience leaves her shaken and forces her to rethink what she’s doing and how far she has come from the sweet little girl she used to be.

dead river

Dead River

Short Film / Experimental, directed by Tim Huebschle
34 min, Language: : German & English with English subtitles
Cast: Christine Meinecke-Mareka, Jens Schneider, Jade Coury, Shaquille Shikwambi

Set against the backdrop of Apartheid in Namibia during the 1980s, ‘Dead River’ follows the unlikely friendship between a black boy and a white girl. David and Lisa are deeply connected and then forcefully separated after a sweet childhood encounter, but events take a turn for the worse when they meet again as young adults. 20 years later Lisa returns to the setting of her childhood to face her past at Dead River.