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    In the wings of the opera "Maraina" voyaging between Reunion, Madagascar and... Paris,  the film combines history and oral memory to recount the story of the first settlers of the Indian Ocean islands.

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    The story begins in a small village in Rhodesia, in 1975, as the civil war is hotting up, the lives of two teenage girls are dramatically changed when the father of one them is made prisoner. They join the Liberation army in Mozambique and train on equal terms with men, adopting war names 'Flame' and 'Liberty'. Selected at Director's fortnight - Cannes 1996

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    Patrice Lumumba, the hero of Congolese independence, was not yet 30 when decolonisation thrust him to the forefront of the international political area. Becoming Prime Minister of one of the richest countries in Africa, Lumumba’s destiny as tragic hero was charted, his assassination already programmed... "A great film and a great performance" New...

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    For fourteen monthes, Peter Chappell followed negotiations between the World Bank and Uganda, in order to describe the obscure and abstract mechanisms that shape the reality of North-South relations, as well as the future of millions of people. "Inspiring and truthfull documentary." Le Monde diplomatique. "The film draws you in like a thriller." L'Humanité

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    Two fiction films by Ramadan Suleman (South Africa). ZULU LOVE LETTER, in competition at the Venice Film Festival: to help an old lady find the killers of his daughter, a man will have to face the white machine of apartheid. FOOLS Silver Leopard at Locarno Film Festival: at Johannesburg train station, a young man finds himself facing the teacher who raped...

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    Two South-African documentary films : MY VOTE IS MY SECRET, shot in South Africa during the first post-apartheid elections, and SOUTH-AFRICAN CHRONICLES

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    In 1968, visual artist Dumile Feni escaped the oppression of Apartheid South Africa and went into exile, leaving behind his pregnant wife. Days before his planned homecoming in 1991, Feni died suddenly and tragically. Director Suleman, explores the impact of exile on families and restores Feni to his rightful place in South African history.

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    A portrait of Annette Mbaye d'Erneville, also known as "Mère-bi" (Mother). Originally trained to become a teacher, she moved to Paris after the war, formed ties with the African intelligentsia and studied journalism. She returned to Senegal to become the first female journalist there. Both an activist and a non-conformist, she fought for the...

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    On December 17, 1962, Mamadou Dia, President of the Senegalese Council of Ministers, was arrested and given a life sentence, accused of a coup d'Etat by his friend and companion Leopold Sedar Senghor. Fifty years later, while the presidential campaign of 2012 agitates the country around the values of democracy, actors and witnesses of the events of 1962...

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    Zeka Laplaine's first feature film: four friends roam the streets, bars and boxing clubs in a bubbling and bewitching big African town. Selected at La Quinzaine des Réalisateurs - Festival de Cannes in 1996.

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    The civil war in Angola lasted 27 years. Zeze Gamboa trys to understand what happened, by meeting with those who were an active part in the process and now live in exile.

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    The film is a musical journey through Angola at war. “Mopiopio” shows the toughness of everydaylife, and how, despite war, life goes on. In the streets, in dance halls, or in clubs, we get to meet Angolese musicians that tell us about their inspiration and their pride in their music, from semba to kiduro and kizomba. 

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