32nd Cascade Festival of African Film

PARTIR? (preceded by the short film Babalinga)

Expired February 15, 2022 5:00 AM
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Please join us at 9pm on February 10th for a live after film discussion with Dr. Marie Noussi (read noo-see) and Alpha Ndumu.


Marie Noussie: is originally from Cameroon, West Africa. She holds a master’s degree in African literature from the University of Yaoundé 1 in Cameroun and a PhD in French Studies from the University of New Mexico. She is Associate Professor of French and Francophone Studies at Linfield University. Her research deals primarily with the relationship between cultures and the environment in the postcolonial African context.  


Alpha Ndumi is the founder of the local organization One Big Family which brings the African and African American community together in love, unity and spirit by seeing unity among Africans in the diaspora, creating change for our African community in Portland, and educating children about family and African values. 


You will be able to ask questions in the chat right here on eventive, and the discussion will be recorded for later viewing. 

Moktar always said that when he will shut his bar Bablinga down, he will return to Burkina. This day has arrived, but he’s not really ready to leave. Despite himself, ghosts invite themselves to celebrate a last evening.

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  • Country
    Rwanda
  • Premiere
    2020
  • Director
    Fabien Dao