Do filmmakers still care for FESPACO?

From AFRICA IS A COUNTRY Tue Feb 26 2013, 09:00:50

FESPACO, or as it known as by its full name, the Festival of Pan African Cinema in Ouagadougou, opened its 23rd annual edition Sunday. The theme: "African Cinema and Public Policy in Africa." Created in 1969, it has become the largest film festival on the continent devoted to providing the space for African cinema and [...]

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