Congo in Four Acts
|Congo in Four Acts|
|Directed by||Dieudo Hamadi
Divita Wa Lusala
|Produced by||Djo Tunda Wa Munga Steven Markovitz|
|Cinematography||Deschamps Matala Divita Wa Lusala|
|Edited by||Divita Wa Lusala Ronelle Loots Frédéric Massiot|
|Country||Democratic Republic of the Congo
Congo in Four Acts is a 2010 documentary film.
Initiated as an educational project to help young filmmakers develop their craft, Congo in Four Acts is a quartet of short films. Ladies in Waiting chronicles the bureaucratic dysfunctions of a maternity ward from which women cannot leave unless they pay their fees. Symphony Kinshasa takes the viewer on a tour through Congo’s capital city where malaria is rife, electricity cables lie in the street and garbage is everywhere. Zero Tolerance deals with rape as a weapon of war in Eastern RDC and the attempts by authorities to re-establish the national moral code. After the Mine depicts life in Kipushi, a mining town where the soil is contaminated.
- Young, Neil (14 October 2010). "Congo in Four Acts -- Film Review". Hollywood Reporter. Associated Press. Retrieved 17 March 2012.
- Nechvatal, Joseph (2015-08-09). "Photographer Kiripi Katembo, Master of Reflection, Dies at 36". Hyperallergic. Retrieved 2015-09-02.
- African Film Festival of Cordoba-FCAT (license CC BY-SA)
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