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CCTV Africa launches Faces of Africa

19 Mar 2012 12:37
A24 Media have announced a partnership with CCTV Africa, China Central Television's news productions center which launched in Kenya in January 2012 which focuses on African news and perspectives, to produce 20 documentaries for the CCTV series "Faces of Africa".
Faces of Africa is a documentary series on people in Africa, either prominent or ordinary, who have great stories to tell about Africa. The weekly series will air on Sundays at 7:30pm (CAT), 5:30pm (GMT) on CCTV News, which can be seen across Africa and around the globe.

The debut production of A24 Media's contribution to the series will air on 25 March 2012 with "Our Film Future", taking viewers to Arusha, Tanzania to meet the students and faculty of the Kilimanjaro Film Institute.



In the coming weeks, can expect to see documentaries on Grace Nanyonga, a Ugandan entrepreneur; Patricia Mawuli, Ghana's first female pilot; and a four-part series on Nelson Mandela and his effect on modern South Africans.

A24 Media invites viewers to enjoy a unique storytelling experience and learn more about Africa's culture, it's heroes and neighbours.
    
 
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