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Photos from Fespaco 2009

Article published on the 2009-02-20 Latest update 2009-03-06 09:26 TU

The directors, the actors and the reporters, RFI brings you photos from Fespaco this year and some from previous years. All photos copyright RFI, unless otherwise indicated.

Checking out RFI from a distance, Place de la Nation

Checking out RFI from a distance, Place de la Nation

RFI's Juan Gomez, with guests and a crowd, recording <em>Appels sur l'actualité</em>, RFI's phone-in programme, live on Ouagadougou's Place de la Nation

RFI's Juan Gomez, with guests and a crowd, recording Appels sur l'actualité, RFI's phone-in programme, live on Ouagadougou's Place de la Nation.

Nadege Batou, of Congo Brazzaville, made a film about children who are surrounded by rivers, but without any clean drinking water. The film was pulled at home, so Batou is showing it at the Film Professionals fair at Fespaco.

Nadege Batou, of Congo Brazzaville, made a film about children who are surrounded by rivers, but without any clean drinking water. The film was pulled at home, so Batou is showing it at the Film Professionals fair at Fespaco.

Mali's much-treasured Maïmouna Helène Diarra. After roles in Mooladé and Bamako, she's here with Ladji Diakité's television series Duel à Dafa.

Appie Matere, producer of Killer necklace from Kenya.

Judy Kibinge, director of "Killer necklace" after the screening.

Dignitaries waiting to declare everything open at Fespaco's MICA salon for cinema professionals

Musicians waiting for the dignitaries to stop talking and starting cutting the ribbon.

Scrap metal sculpture in front of the Fespaco HQ

A small elephant wearing armour, or perhaps simply more scrap metal sculpture.

 At the festival's opening, an artist uses an imitation camera. (Photo: AFP/Georges Gobet)

(Photo: RFI)

(Photo: RFI)

 
"I told you we should have turned left..." RFI set up in Ouagadougou for the last Fespaco, in 2007

(Photo: RFI)

(Photo: RFI)


 Broadcasting from the festival, 2005.

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