Aluta Film Festival

The eighth Aluta Film Festival will be a four-day cinema event held at venues around Kimberley, South Africa on the 25th till 28th May 2011.

An important aspect of the Aluta Film Festival is to be a repository for the stories of people of African ancestry worldwide as well as stories from the developing world. Through this festival, Aluta’s desire has been to open the eyes of audiences to a discourse not commonly seen at South African Hollywood infested cinemas or on our television screens.

You might want to consider a vehicle to get around within Kimberley once you have arrived. Have a look at car hire Kimberley before deciding to make an informed decision.

Aluta Film Festival

Date: 25th – 28th of May 2011

Location: Kimberley, South Africa

If you plan on going on an adventure to this majestic location from another part of the country, you might want to use a smaller vehicle to get there. Car rental South Africa would be a great place to start looking for the best wheels to get you there.

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