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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Bridget Pickering; Ngozi Onwurah; Zulfah Otto-Sallies; Queen Latifah
|Notes:||DVD release of motion picture short films.
"Special features: 3 bonus short films (an extra 80 minutes runtime); Bintou by Fanto Nacro (Burkino Faso); Riches by Ingrid Sinclair (Zimbabwe); One Evening in July by Raja Amari (Tunisia).
|Credits:||"Uno's world": director of photography, Lionel Cousin ; editor, Jackie Le Cordeur ; producer, Joel Phiri ; "Hangtime": director of photography, Alwin Kuchler ; editor, Liz Webber ; producer, Simon Onwurah ; "Raya": director of photography, Michael Brierley, editor Jackie Le Cordeur ; producer, Steven Markovitz and Platon Trakoshis.|
|Cast:||Host: Queen Latifah ; cast, "Uno's world": Sophie David, Elia Jack Nakalemo, Muhindua Kaura ; "Hangtime": Brian Biragi, Brian Bovell, Elizabeth Mathebula ; "Raya": Rehane Abrahams, Ayesha Meer Krige, Denise Newman.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (ca. 89 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Uno's world (ca. 28 min.) / directed by Bridget Pickering --
Hangtime (ca. 30 min.) / directed by Ngozi Onwurah --
Raya (ca. 28 min.) / directed by Zulfah Otto-Sallies.
|Other Titles:||Uno's world.
One evening in July.
Three contemporary fables set in Namibia, Nigeria and South Africa. Each story presents a young person with great potential who is overwhelmed by poverty and makes bad choices when tempted to do wrong. Each film is introduced by Queen Latifah.
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