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|Directed by||Petna Ndaliko|
|Produced by||Centre d'étude et de production vidéographique|
|Screenplay by||Petna Ndaliko|
|Music by||Lokua Kanza Watmon Cultural Group|
|Cinematography||Petna Ndaliko Katondolo|
|Edited by||Petna Ndaliko|
|Country||Democratic Republic of the Congo|
Lamokowang is a 2003 documentary film.
The calabash is used as a metaphor for Africa and its representation of cinema. The rhythm intrudes into the film to pose questions of yesterday's cinema and emphatically address tomorrow's. Will cinema be able to break free from clichés and prejudices? 
- Zanzíbar 2004
- African Film Festival of Cordoba-FCAT (license CC BY-SA)
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