Africa’s streaming platform for documentary films will present stories that reflect the difficulties of migration as faced by thousands of people.
AfriDocs, Africa’s free streaming platform for documentary films, has brought the 2019 edition of Migration Stories to stream on its platform across the continent. The edition sees six documentaries about the various realities of migration from an African perspective.
With the support of the German Government, AfriDocs will present stories that reflect the difficulties of migration as faced by thousands of people looking for a better life in Europe.
This diversity of films from Kenya, Burkina Faso, The Gambia, Burundi as well as from Europe bring into focus the hardships that drive many Africans to leave their homelands, as well as the stark realities awaiting those who do.
The films are being screened as a way to increase awareness around migration in the communities that are most affected.
The films are available to stream on AfriDocs Anytime that will stream all six of the documentaries anytime for anyone viewing from Africa. Free to Air TV screenings will also take place in the Horn of Africa and in Nigeria and Ghana during December and January.
Films including Cinema Dadaab, Special Flight, Espoir Voyage, Chez Jolie Coiffure, Uncertain Future will also be available to stream on AfriDocs.