In celebration of the World Cup, the Africa on Screen Film Festival includes a Soccer Festival at the Sci-Bono Discovery Centre from 25 June to 4 July.
The Soccer Film Festival complements the newly launched Science of Soccer Exhibition. R20 entry for adults and R10 entry for children offers all visitors an opportunity to explore the 11 “hands-on, feet-on, minds-on’ exhibits in the world’s first completely soccer-themed science exhibition.
The visit includes an opportunity to view the 42 Lego stadia built by Gauteng learners, discover the links between football and culture in the Is the ball round? soccer lounge and provides access to two free daily screenings of the Africa on Screen Soccer Film Festival. The soccer films will be shown in the Sci-Bono auditorium at 11:30 and 14:30.
The Africa on Screen Film festival boasts over 30 films including features, documentaries and shorts, with free screenings at Museum Africa, Sci-Bono and Arts on Main.
Africa on Screen has been made possible by support from key partners: The Gauteng Film Commission, The Spanish Embassy, The Australian High Commission, The French Institute and French Embassy, The Commonwealth Foundation, Sci Bono Discovery Centre, Museum Africa, Newtown 2010, South African Courier Systems, Visual Studio Productions, Art on Main, Saffron TV. .
For more information on Africa on Screen: email@example.com, tel: 011 447 8283