For PRISM Belgian filmmaker An van Dienderen invited Brussels based Rosine Mbakam from Cameroon and Paris based Eléonore Yameogo from Burkina Faso to work together on a film in which the differences in their skin color serves as a departure to explore their different experiences with the biased limitations of the medium. Photographic media are […]

Delphine’s Prayers

This film is the portrait of Delphine, a young Cameroonian girl who, after the death of her mother and the abandonment of her father’s parental responsibilities, was raped at the age of 13. She sinks into prostitution to support herself and her daughter. She ends up marrying a Belgian man who is three times her […]

The Blue House

Through this intimate portrait of Alpha, the director’s childhood friend, The Blue House highlights the problem of the forgotten European migrant camps. Exceptional territories where attempts at resistance arise, such as those put in place by Alpha in his habitat and artist studio, a place where a poetics of relationship is built to defy the […]

Chez Jolie coiffure

Sabine is the manager of a hairdressing salon in the Matongé district. Before arriving in Brussels, she had to leave her native Cameroon to go to Lebanon via recruitment agencies for housekeepers where she was reduced to near-slavery. Today, in this 8m2 salon, Sabine and the other hairdressers are organizing the everyday and helping each […]

Malinga Kuceza

Salia Sanou and Serge Aimé Coulibaly are two great figures of African contemporary dance. Their latest creations, « From Desire to Horizon » and « Kalakuta Republik », echo current topics focusing in particular on migrations, wars, the attraction to power and the perpetuation of social inequalities.

Congolese Chronicles

December 19, 2016 marks the end of Joseph Kabila’s second term. The Congolese constitution does not foresee any possibility for a third term. As this historic moment approaches, the DRC is holding its breath. Among the youngest online editorial staff in the country, a real news hunt begins!

The Two Faces of a Bamiléké Woman

My name is Rosine Mbakam. I am 34 years old, I am from Cameroon where I grew up respecting traditions until I was 27. In 2007, I left to continue my studies in Belgium. This is the first time that I leave my country. My mother’s name is Mâ Brêh in Bamiléké. She is 68 […]

Sans Papiers Photographiques

“Sans Papiers Photographiques” is a photographic and cinematographic realization started in 2005 and continued throughout 2016. This artistic and human reflection is based on hospitality, openness to others and the magnificent exchange that can arise when different cultures meet.

Les empreintes douloureuses

Nathalie, a young and beautiful French woman of Cameroonian origin, is obsessed by her image. She is thinking about having her nose done. Her mother, who came to visit her, does not agree with her choice. A dialogue of the deaf begins between the two women.

You will be my ally

On her arrival at Brussels airport, Domé was immediately intercepted. A series of endless interrogations follows during which she recites everything she has learned about her new identity. She is accused of forgery and the use of forged documents. Completely exhausted she starts to feel the inevitability of her return to Gabon getting closer. She […]

Les portes du passé

As of 1990, many African women fleeing their homes because of the war and political instability in their countries settled down in Belgium.  20 years later, They are haunted by their past. How to express these anxieties that gnaw at them? How to say the unspeakable? What if women other than these refugees started to […]