See "Khumba" earn his stripes at the African Film Festival.
Washington University will host free screenings of "Khumba," "The Case of the Disappearing Daddy" and "KanyeKanye" during its annual African Film Festival Saturday, March 28.
"The Case of the Disappearing Daddy" is a humorous animated short about a little girl whose father disappears at bath time. "Khumba," a computer-animated film about the adventures of a zebra trying to earn its stripes, is best suited for children ages 6 and up. "KanyeKanye" is a love story set in a town divided by people who eat red apples versus those who love green, and is geared to teenagers.
The Youth Matinee begins at 1 p.m. in Room 100 of Brown Hall on the Washington University campus. Visitors will also receive a free craft bag from the Saint Louis Art Museum.
The three movies featured in the Youth Matinee are from South Africa. It is part of a three-day festival that highlights Africa's top filmmakers. For a complete list of movies being screened at this year's festival, visit wupa.wustl.edu/africanfilm/.