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African Cinematography: Colonial Film to Nollywood Lecture 10. Derek Barker www.derekbarker.info [email protected] Djo Tunda Wa Munga (Democratic Republic of Congo). Born in Kinshasa DRC in 1972 Congolese film director and producer From 10 years of age lives in Belgium

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African cinematography colonial film to nollywood lecture 10

African Cinematography: Colonial Film to NollywoodLecture 10

Derek Barker

www.derekbarker.info

[email protected]


African cinematography colonial film to nollywood lecture 10

Djo Tunda Wa Munga (Democratic Republic of Congo)

  • Born in Kinshasa DRC in 1972

  • Congolese film director and producer

  • From 10 years of age lives in Belgium

  • Studied film at the National Film School of Belgium, INSAS.

  • Set up DRC’s first film production company


African cinematography colonial film to nollywood lecture 10

Filmography (feature films)

Director and Producer

  • Viva Riva! 2010

  • Papy 2009

    Producer

  • State of Mind (documentary) 2010

  • Congo in Four Acts (documentary) 2010


African cinematography colonial film to nollywood lecture 10

Film view

Post-screening questions

  • Does this film glorify crime?

  • Does this film promote a positive image of Africa or does it trade in cliches and stereotypes?

  • Is the Action movie genre adaptable to the African context ? In other words, do you think this is an African film?

  • Who are the good guys and who are the bad guys?


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