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See I Am Not a Witch in UK Cinemas

Following its premiere at Cannes Directors’ Fortnight, and selection for the Toronto and London film festivals, Rungano Nyoni’s debut feature will be released in the UK this October.

 

A present-day African drama about beliefs in witchcraft, I Am Not a Witch revolves around a nine-year-old girl – Shula - who is accused of being a witch. As she navigates through her new life, she must decide whether to accept her fate or risk the consequences of seeking freedom.

Writer-director Rungano Nyoni was born in Zambia and raised in Cardiff, Wales, which remains her home. Before making her feature debut, she made several short films, including BAFTA Cymru winner The List, and was supported from an early stage by Ffilm Cymru Wales through the BFI NETWORK Wales emerging talent fund.

I Am Not a Witch will be released by Curzon Artifical Eye in cinemas & Curzon Home Cinema from 20th October. Find out where you can see it below.



12th – 15th October
BFI London Film Festival
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17th October
Galeri, Caernarfon (BAFTA Cymru preview)
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18th October
Curzon Soho, London
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20th October
HOME, Manchester
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20th – 26th October
Watershed, Bristol
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20th - 26th October
Showroom Workstation, Sheffield
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20th - 26th October
Broadway, Nottingham
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20th - 26th October
Glasgow Film Theatre
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20th - 27th October
Irish Film Institute, Dublin
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23rd October
Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle
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27th October - 2nd November
Wartermans, Brentford
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27th October - 9th November
Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff
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27th Oct – 2nd Nov
Pontio, Bangor
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3rd - 8th November
Phoenix, Exeter
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3rd – 9th November
Dundee Contemporary Arts Cinema
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4th - 9th November
The Lexi Cinema, London
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23rd November
Hull Independent Cinema
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Produced by Emily Morgan of Soda Pictures and Juliette Grandmont of Clandestine Films, the film’s financiers include Ffilm Cymru Wales, the BFI, Film4, Aide aux Cinémas du Monde (CNC-Institut français), the Berlinale’s World Cinema Fund and HBF+Europe: Minority Co-Production Support.