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AL'LÈÈSSI... UNE ACTRICE AFRICAINE
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AL'LÈÈSSI... UNE ACTRICE AFRICAINE

Directed by : Rahmatou KEITA

Country : NIGER Length : 69 minutes

Synopsis

Niger is the first country in Africa (excepted Egypt) to built an industry of cinema.
Mustapha Alassan and Oumarou Ganda were the directors. Zalika Souley was the first woman to act.
In one ordinary day, AL'LEESSI... (witch means "a fate", in Songhoy), tells about this period, in the sixtees.

Credits

Rahmatou KEITA - Director

Rahmatou KEITA - Script / Dialogue

Philippe RADOUX - BAZZINI - Cinematography

Rahmatou KEITA - Set decorator

Stephen SONDHEIM - Music

Sarah VAUGHAN - Music

Ibrahim Hama DICKO - Music

Tschemoggo BAMBAREYYZEE - Music

Omar BAH - Film Editor

Yero MAIGA - Film Editor

Sebastien GARCIA - Film Editor

Manuel GASQUET - Sound

Photo du film

Contacts

Production

SONRHAY EMPIRE PRODUCTIONS - B.P. 519 Niamey (NIGER) - T: 331 47 66 29 36 - F: 331 47 66 29 36

French press

NON RENSEIGNÉ - T: 33 (0)1 47 38 14 02 - JEAN-BERNARD EMERY - jb.emery@cinepresscontact.com

International sales

SONRHAY EMPIRE PRODUCTIONS - T: 331 47 66 29 36 - sonrhay.empire@club-internet.fr

Cannes Classics Released on Rahmatou KEITA

AL'LÈÈSSI... UNE ACTRICE AFRICAINE

Niger is the first country in Africa (excepted Egypt) to built an industry of cinema. Mustapha Alassan and Oumarou Ganda were the directors. Zalika S...
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