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**** The Forgotten Kingdom releases in the UNITED KINGDOM, starting August 14th ****


August 14th and 15th - Chinchester - Chinchester Cinema at New Park (

Opens August 21 - Sheffield - Sheffield Showroom (

Opens August 21 - Bernie Grants Arts Centre, Tottenham Green, London (

August 27 - Croydon - David Lean Croydon (

Opens August 28 - Manchester - HOME (

Opens August 28 - Glasgow Film Theatre (

September 9 - Limerick Arts Encounter,  Limerick, Ireland (

September 24 - Cinegalleria @ Dean Clough, Halifax UK (

September 30 - Dunamaise Arts Centre, Portlaoise, Co. Laios, Ireland (

September 30 - Belfast - Queen's Film Theatre (

October 2, 8, 12 - North Yorkshire - The Station Cinema (

October 5 - Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge, Co. Kildare, Ireland (

October 23 - Aberystwyth Arts Centre WATCH AFRICA FILM FESTIVAL - Book Tickets

November 2 - Pavilion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, Ireland (

November 3 - Athlone Film Club, Ireland ENQUIRE ABOUT FILM SOCIETY

November 5 - Sligo Film Society, Sligo, Ireland (

November 16 - Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland (

November 18 - Rockabill Film Society, Ireland ENQUIRE ABOUT FILM SOCIETY

November 24 - Cinemax Bantry, Cork, Ireland (

November 26 - Club Scannan, Sailearna, Inverin, Co. Galway, Ireland ENQUIRE ABOUT FILM CLUB

December 1 - Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar, Co. Mayo, Ireland BOOK TICKETS

December 3 - Cork Cine Club, Co. Cork, Ireland ENQUIRE ABOUT FILM CLUB

February 23 - Birr Theatre, Birr, Co. Offaly, Ireland CHECK BACK LATER


Ashland Independent Film Festival (Audience Award) • Sarasota Film Festival (Audience Award) • Florida Film Festival (Audience Award) • Seattle Film Festival (Official Selection) • Conscious Media Film Festival (Jury Award) • Durban Int'l Film Festival (Official Selection) • Woods Hole Film Festival (Audience Award) • Favourites Film Festival Berlin (Opening Night Film) • Montreal Int'l Black Film Festival (Official Selection) • Port Townsend Film Festival (Jury Award) • Cambridge Film Festival (Audience Award)  • Woodstock Film Festival (Jury Award, Audience Award, Best Cinematography, Best Editing) • Heartland Film Festival (Award Winner) • Palm Springs Film Festival (Official Selection) • Pan African Film Festival (Best Director) • Jozi Film Festival (Official Selection) • Toronto Int'l Black Film Festival (Opening Night Film) • Minneapolis St. Paul Int'l Film Festival (Audience Award) • Maine International Film Festival (Audience Award) • Festival Cinemas d'Afrique (Official Selection) • Black Harvest Film Festival (Audience Award) • Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival (Official Selection) • Prescott Film Festival (Official Selection) • Rome International Film Festival (Official Selection) • Milwaukee Film Festival (Official Selection) • Arlington International Film Festival (Best Narrative Feature) • Rome International Film Festival (Best International Feature) • Brattleboro Film Festival (Audience Award) • Carlow African Film Festival (Official Selection) Vancouver South African Film Festival (Official Selection) • African Film Festival New Zealand (Official Selection)


Team TFK attended the 2014 African Movie Academy Awards (AMAA), where The Forgotten Kingdom received nine nominations, and won three awards (Best Cinematography, Best Sound Design, and Best Child actor). Known as the "African Oscars", AMAA's goal is to recognize cinematic acheivement on the African continent. Here are some photos from our 48 hours in Yenagoa, Nigeria. (click photos to enlarge)

APRIL 2014

On April 9th, TFK had its Johannesburg Premiere at the Rosebank Mall. It was a red carpet gala event, sponsored by the United States Embassy in South Africa.

The following weekend, TFK opened in cinemas across South Africa, distributed by Indigenous Films.







MARCH 2014

TFK had its gala Lesotho Premiere on March 1st. Guests included local cast and crew members, as well as distinguished guests such as His Majesty King Letsie III, Her Majesty Queen Masenate Mohato Seeiso, and Prime Minister Thomas Thabane.

Following the premiere, TFK went on a two week screening tour of Lesotho - the TFK Roadshow - where the film screening in the locations where it was filmed. The roadshow visited the following villages and towns: Semonkong, Roma, Ha Seetsa, Khotla Peli, Mokhotlong, Sefikeng, Koalabata, Malealea, Quthing, Mohale's Hoek, and Morija. To see all the photos, visit our gallery. A 30 minute featurette is part of the DVD bonus material. Order your DVD here.