Le Silence de la forêt
Appointed inspector of schools in Bangui after doing his studies in France, Gonaba suddenly decides to give it all up to go live deep in the equatorial forest, the home of the Babinga pygmies. His idea is to help them win their freedom from the « big men » and their intolerable racism, 40 years after the country’s independence. After a long ordeal, an immutable truth: happiness is the most relative thing in the world.
Bassek ba Kobhio, 46, was born in Nindje, in Cameroon. He has previously directed two feature films and founded Films Terre Africaine, a Cameroon based production company, in 1991. Four years later he launched Ecrans Noirs, an itinerant festival in Cameroon, Gabon and the Central African Republic. He is also the author of three novels.
Didier Ouénangaré, 50, was born in Bambari in the Central African Republic. After studying film in Abidjan (Ivory Coast), he graduated from the University of Rennes. Since 1995, he has been directing shorts and documentaries in the CAR. Le Silence de la fôret, which he also co-wrote, is his first fiction film.
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