Best British Independent Film Panel: I Am Not a Witch

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

For young Shula, being accused of witchcraft is just the beginning. She is dragged – sometimes literally – into a world of superstition and prejudice, in which her best interests seem to be the last concern. On our #BIFA2017 Best British Independent Film Panel, Variety Chief UK Critic Guy Lodge, director Chanya Button, producer Rienkje Attoh, actress Chloe Pirrie and casting director Amy Hubbard discuss Rungano Nyoni’s incredible 13-time BIFA-nominated debut.


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