currently researching african animation : interested in compiling a database of practitioners in various sub-saharan countries : welcome any postings from practitioners

Saturday, April 18, 2009

track... Yancouba Dieme

Track is a 3 week project produced all over France by 4 visiting student directors in 2007.The directors are Tanvi Bhatia (India), Anatoily Lavrenishin ( Ukraine), Yancouba Dieme ( Senegal) and Paola Guigou ( France)

1 comment:

the admins said...

Hello, I am very intrigued by this blog. I was thinking the other day about how I am familiar only with American and Japanese animation. I am a big fan of Studio Ghibli. I googled up Chinese animation, and found out quite a lot, and then African and found this blog. I really like the Sea Orchestra and Pictoon animation, and am interested in watching the South African Carmen. I recently started a blog/club called the comparative media club. You can check it out here:
What you talk about on your blog would would be a great fit for the club. Please check it out. The idea is that people with a variety of interests can share their ideas and learn more about the world. The way it works is that members send an e-mail to my address including the text as they would like they post to appear on the blog, and I post it on the blog. I was wondering if you would be interested in creating a post for the Comparative Media Club. An introduction to South African animation or a case study of a short would be great for the blog. As of now, it is very new and there has not been much interest. The e-mail address I use for the blog is . It would be a honor to have apost coming from you on the blog! thanks