In 2000, the city of Kisangani was the scene of violent clashes between Rwanda and Uganda. Today, the conflict and its victims seem to have been forgotten by the Congolese society, but a group of victims of the Six-Day War are still fighting obstinately against obliviousness. Dieudo Hamadi films their fight for their right to dignity and memory with urgency and passion
Dieudo Hamadi is a young Congolese director. He worked as editor, producer and assistant-director, especially with Suka! Productions of Cape Town, South Africa. His first feature film, Atalaku, tells the 2012 election campaign in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Festival dei Popoli presented: Examen d’Etat (2014), Maman Colonelle (2017), Kinshasa Makambo (2018).