Afrofuturism in “To Catch a Dream”

A perfect example of an afrofuturistic work is the film “To Catch a Dream”. The short film features the work of eight Kenyan designers; the film is based on a grieving widow, by the name of Ajuma, who suffers from recurring nightmares. She relies on old fairy-tale remedies, which expands her realization beyond the physical realm. Hands down, a 10/10 production film, especially in the afrofuturism department. The film was shot in various locations in the beautiful Nairobi. From the playlist to the artistic designs of the movie, this movie gives all the feels of afrofuturism and is highly-recommended.

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