Friday night we caught the movie titled Dune. It tells the story of the sand’s magical journey from the Orange River in South Africa, flowing north with the currents, and blowing out of the ocean on to the shores of Namibia. The sand travels across the costal areas of the country and settles in the […]
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Month: May 2006
Every Second in the WorldI really think that everyone should make an attempt to see this movie. It was beautiful yet tragic, hopeful and hopeless, and it really opens ones eyes to the perspective of those in poor conditions. It was produced with the help of Unicef. Find it and watch it. Five different stories […]
Views fom the Windhoek International Film Festival The French National Cultural Centre, probably the best venue yet. Here we saw Every second in the World a breathtaking film which I highly recommend. The film buffs hanging out before seeing ‘Every second in the World’.
AIDS Awareness Day at the Polytechnic of Namibia It was a beautiful day to gather outside for the annual AIDS awareness day. Local awareness groups set up booths and gave out free condoms and brochures. There was some trivia cast at the audience and I learned quite a few new things. The fashion show was […]