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Visual Archive > Angola
Zézé GamboaZézé Gamboa is an Angolan filmmaker, born in Luanda in 1955. For many years, he worked as a producer and director for the Angolan television. In 1984, he got a degree in Sound Engeneering by Nécipone, in Paris, and in 1991 he directed his first documentary Mopiopio, Sopro de Angola (Mopiopio, Breath of Angola), which won several prizes at the festival FESPACO and at the Milan African Film Festival. Till the date, he directed documentaries Dissidência (Dissidence, 1998), Desassossego de Pessoa (Pessoa's Disquiet, 1999), Burned by Blue (1999) and three fiction films: the short film Bom Dia, África (Good Morning, Africa, 2009) and two feature films: O Herói (The Hero, 2004) e O Grande Kilapy (The Great Kilapy, 2012). O Herói won the World Cinema Juri Prize at the 2005 Sundance Festival, in the USA.
Categories: Visual Archive, Angola, Movies
A Minha Banda e Eu (2011, doc. Inês Gonçalves/Kiluanje Liberdade, Angola/Portugal, Filmes do Tejo II) trailer  sinopsis 
Orlando Fortunato de Oliveira was born on March 20th, 1946 in Benguel. He is considered to be one one of the pioneers of Angolan cinema. He got a degree in science and geophysics by Catholic University of America and in cinema by London International Film School. His films portray the era of colonialism. He is author of several documentaries, such as Um Caso Nosso (1978, Our Case), Memória de um Dia (1982, Memory Of One Day), which tells the story of the Icolo and Bengo massacre, or Agostino Neto (2000). It took more than fifteen years for his first feature film, Comboio da Cañhoca (The Train of Cañhoca, 1989) to be shown due to political reasons. In 2010, he completed Batepá, about the massacre in São Tomé. 
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