Art & Science Films Afrika (ASFA) is a program designed to investigate ritual practices in prehistoric Africa. Using film and video, the program seeks to build a bridge to link indigenous systems of knowledge embodied in African mythologies with modern Africa (https://www.artandsciencefilmsafrica.com/post/the-forbidden-oathing-ceremonies-of-the-anjiru-a-translucent-gnosis).
Smoke Jumpers is a short experimental film created for Forecast 2023 a program exploring how storytelling and art helps us understand both the politics, the indigenous perspective and the social consequences of climate change ((https://invisibledust.com/projects/forecast-2023-online-series/)).
Smoke Jumpers Synopsis: A priestess attempts to cross the threshold between mortal and immortal worlds in search of resources for her ailing world. In this liminal space, she meets a group of deities called Smoke Jumpers, who are custodians of ancestral knowledge who trade the secrets of the fire rituals but warn her about their practical use.