Mansour Sora Wade

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Mansour Sora Wade (born in Dakar, 1952) is a Senegalese film director of Lebou people ancestry. He studied at Paris 8 University and went on to direct the audiovisual archives for the Senegalese Ministry of Culture, a job he held from 1977 to 1985. He began making short films in 1983.[1] In 2002 he won the Tanit d'or.[2]

Partial filmography[edit]

Aïda Souka
  • 1983 : Contrastes (CM)
  • 1989 : Fary l'ânesse (CM)
  • 1990 : Taal Pexx
  • 1992 : Picc Mi (CM)
  • 1993 : Aida Souka
  • 2002 : Ndeysaan ou Le Prix du pardon (LM)
  • 2009 : Les feux de Mansaré

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