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close this bookThe Courier N 185 - March - April 2001 - Dossier: Cinema - Country Reports: Angola (EC Courier, 2001, 76 p.)
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Country report

Is there really a film industry in Africa?

What is the way forward for the seventh art in developing countries, at the dawn of the new millennium?

In this dossier, Djo Munga focuses on many issues which are often not on view

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Front: Crowd at the Catholic ‘Songs for Peace’ rally, Malanje, Angola by Crispin Hughes/Panos Pictures

Back: People waiting for polio vaccinations at Cambambe 2 IDP camp, Caxito, Angola by Jeremy Horner/Panos Pictures

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