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Oscars 2020 : la curieuse raison pour disqualifier le film de Geneviève Nnaji !

Geneviève Nnaji n’a pas franchi le dernier palier. La réalisatrice nigériane a vu son film « Lionheart » disqualifié par l’académie des Oscars. La raison reste étonnante : une prédominance de dialogues en anglais. C’est un véritable coup d’arrêt pour Geneviève et ses nombreux fans qui espéraient la voir aux Oscar 2020. …

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Madagascar: Prize-winner of the 10th Short films meetings revealed!!!

The « Short films Meetings » competition considered by its promoters as an expression platform showing the dynamism of the Madagascan young generation film-makers came to an end on Saturday, 25th April in Madagascar. The competition opened to amateurs and professionals got the coronation of the young director, Ketaka Razafimisa posthumously rewarded …

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Brouteurs.com: season 2 with new actors!

« We are going to offer you a captivating and emotional cocktail with new developments and suspense! Keep connected« , these words are from Aurelie Eliam (Lieutenant Cynthia), announcing on her Facebook page, the very next broadcasting of the second season of the Ivorian successful series, BROUTEURS.COM. Cybercriminals and corrupt policemen hunt, …

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Fosica: finances cinema in Benin

The first call for the financing project of audiovisual and film works launched in September 2014 by the Support for Cinematographic and Audiovisual Industry Foundation (FOSICA) bear fruit. The jury has just settled on the documentary-fiction project entitled « OKUTA » proposed by Aymar Ayéman ESSE. The latter will benefit from a …

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FESPACO 2015: Maïmouna N’Diaye dedicates her prize to women worldwide

The Police Inspector, Malika, in the Burkinabe television series « Super Flics« , Maïmouna N’Diaye was crowned best actress at Fespaco 2015. Last Saturday in Ouagadougou, the main actress of the movie « L’œil du cyclone » (The eye of the cyclone) dedicated her prize to all women worldwide within the framework of the …

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Fespaco 2015: honor to the Maghreb !!!

End of the suspense at the 24th Pan-African Cinema and Television Festival of Ouagadougou (FESPACO). The Moroccan movie « Fièvre » by Hicham Ayouch won the Gold standard in front of « Fadhma N’Soumer » by the Algerian, Belkacem Hadjadj (Silver). « L’Œil du cyclone » by the Burkinabe, Sékou Traoré, won the « Sembène Ousmane » prize …

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The International Organization of the Francophonie (OIF), taking part in the 24th FESPACO, is committed to support the broadcasting professionals of the South French-speaking countries in the production and the valuation of their works through its digital major project, reported APA from the managing staff of the organization including countries …

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FESPACO 2015: 10 million FCFA for the best director from the sub-region

Creator and major development actress, women will be in the spotlight on 8th March of this year on the occasion of the International Woman’s Day (IWD). Outside the 24th edition of the Pan-African Cinema and Television Festival of Ouagadougou (FESPACO), the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) intends to …

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Fespaco 2015: And the party started!

The 24th edition of the Pan-African Cinema and Television Festival of Ouagadougou (FESPACO), the very first after the revolution that chased away the former president, Blaise Comaporé, opened its doors on Saturday, 28th February 2015 in the Sports center of Ouaga 2000. Contrary to openings marked by long speeches and …

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