Rosine Mbakam - Belgian filmmaker

Rosine Mbakam

The Film maker

Rosine Mfetgo MBAKAM (Cameroon) started working at COE where she was trained in editing and directing. She made several documentaries for this NGO. In 2003, she joined the team of STV (Spectrum Television) where she made audiovisual programs.

In 2007 Mbakam left Cameroon for the first time in her life to study film at INSAS in Belgium. “The two faces of a Bamiléké woman” (“Les deux visages d’une femme Bamiléké”), in 2017 is her debut film.

She was also nominated for the Emerging International Filmmaker Award.

7 September -8.30pm

Screening & Q&A
“Chez Jolie Coiffeuse”

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The two faces of a Bamiléké woman

(Les deux visages d’une femme Bamiléké)

You will be my Ally

(Tu seras mon Alibi)

At Nice Hairdressing

(Chez jolie coiffeuse)

Most famous movie

The two faces of a Bamiléké woman (Les deux visages d’une femme Bamiléké)

2017. Rosine Mbakam

Synopsis

A face-to-face meeting between two generations of women with very different backgrounds. On the one hand, there is Rosine, the director, who is returning home after seven years in Belgium. On the other hand, Mâ, his mother. At 68 years old, has always lived in Cameroon and in respect of traditions.

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