In the footseps of Mamani Abdoulaye

Genre : Biography
Type : Documentary
Column : Cinema/tv
Year of production : 2019
Format : Feature

Who still remembers Abdoulaye Mamani? Militant and determined trade unionist, journalist, committed writer,he fought all his life for the freedom of the peoples andthe independence of his country, Niger. A life of hope, struggle and exile, at the heart of contemporary history and the decolonization movement of Africa. Today the politician seems to have disappeared from the official history of Niger, but the man of letters continues to survive, beyond the borders, by the writings he left. This man was my father. By following in his footsteps, twenty-three years after his death, I rediscover little by little with his history, the one of my country.

A film by Amina ABDOULAYE MANANI

Niger / Burkina Faso, 2019, Documentary, 1h03 mins

Original Title: SUR LES TRACES DE MAMANI ABDOULAYE
English Title: IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF MAMANI ABDOULAYE
Durée/Length: 63mn
Format: DVD / Full HD

Producers: Michel K. Zongo & Christian Lelong

Director: Amina ABDOULAYE MANANI

Production:
Diam Production (Burkina Faso)
Cinédoc Films (France)

with the support of Fonds Image de la Francophonie (OIF / CIRTEF : 12 000 €)

CONTACT
Tél. : +227 96 41 39 39/ +226 78 80 27 78
Email: Amina82abdoulaye@gmail.com


2019 | FESPACO, Burkina Faso, 23 Feb - 02 March
* Selection - Film Market (MICA)
https://fespaco.bf/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Catalogue-MICA-2019-vf-1.pdf

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