CONGOFILMZ

FESTIVAL

When
4-5 December 2020
Where
Virtual
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Marie-Claire Idikayi

Co-Founder

Our aim is to redefine our collective imagery and history through films.

It is time to own our stories and take the responsibility to change our narratives, raise awareness and affect change.

Mania Tambwe

Co-Founder

Our aim is to redefine our collective imagery and history through films.

It is time to own our stories and take the responsibility to change our narratives, raise awareness and affect change.

GATHERING OF SHINING STARS

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LONDON

ABOUT
US

CongoFilmz Festival London (CFL) is a sumptuous international event dedicated to individuals evolving and excelling in the film and entertainment industries from both Congo and elsewhere. The idea is to develop and instigate great interest in Congolese films while emphasizing its significant role in reinforcing and educating the masses especially children and the youth.

 

CFL is a yearly event set to take place during (2) two days in London, the capital of the United Kingdom. This platform is eager to helping independent filmmakers project and promote their films and increase the profile of individuals evolving and excelling in the film industry.

Our

Vision

EDITION
'20

CONGOFILMZ

FESTIVAL

LONDON

2020

The CongoFilmz Festival London (CFL) aspires to position itself among premium events both locally and globally. This is a celebration of creativity, passion, hard work as well as the wealth and richness of our culture.

 

CFL will draw together Londoners and international visitors in an annual celebration of cinema and entertainment, which contributes to a sociable and multicultural city. Films of different genres are expected to be showcased to the audience and critics.

This is an opportunity for professionals and new talents to interact with the public and discuss issues affecting the society as a whole. Congolese, African and international filmmakers/visitors will come together in an annual celebration of cinema, which contributes to a sociable and multicultural city.

EDITIONS
'18-'19
 
 
 

The

Theme

EVENING WEAR WITH AFRICAN TOUCH...

"The culture of both the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Republic of Congo reflects the great diversity and different customs which exist in the country.

Congolese culture combines the influence of tradition to the region, but also combines influences from abroad which arrived during the era of colonization but have not destroyed the individuality of many tribal's customs."

The

Venue

BVLGARI HOTEL

Located in Knightsbridge on the edge of Hyde Park, The Bvlgari Hotel London is both a haven of calm in the centre of the city and yet under a minute’s walk from such landmarks as the famous Harrods department store. Since opening in 2012, Bvlgari has set new standards among the luxury hotels of the British capital. Elegant contemporary architecture and Bvlgari’s legendary flair for design are matched by class-leading quality of service.

The Screening Room, dedicated to Sir Richard Attenborough, is a unique 47-seat cinema at the Bvlgari Hotel. Offering the ultimate exclusive experience, it features the most advanced cinema-quality HD sound and vision, 4K resolution in 2D or the latest Dolby 3D.

TRANSPORT: Nearest Stations: Hyde Park Corner and Sloane Square Tube Stations
ADDRESS: 171 Knightsbridge, London, SW7 1DW