Mohamed Camara (film director)
|Other names||Mohamed Kamara|
|Occupation||film director, actor|
Mohamed Camara (born 1959 in Conakry) is a Guinean film director and actor based in France. He studied at the Atelier Blanche Salant in Paris. He has explored controversial topics in his films such as incest (Denko), child suicide (Minka) and homosexuality (Dakan). 1997's Dakan has been called the first film on homosexuality by a Black African.
|1988||The House of Smiles|
- Epprecht, Marc (2007-04-12). "African Masculinities: Men in Africa from the late Nineteenth Century to the Present". Postcolonial Text 3 (1). Retrieved 2008-03-15.
- Association des trois mondes (2000). Les cinémas d'Afrique: dictionnaire (in French). KARTHALA Editions. p. 116. ISBN 2-84586-060-9.
- Armes, Roy (2006). African filmmaking: north and south of the Sahara. Indiana University Press. p. 152. ISBN 0-253-34853-6.
- Spaas, Lieve (2000). The Francophone Film: A Struggle for Identity. Manchester University Press. p. 225. ISBN 0-7190-5861-9.
- "Dakan". Variety. Retrieved 2008-03-15.[dead link]
- "Awards for Mohamed Camara". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 2008-03-15.
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