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About: Filmmaker, Aboubakar Sidiki Sanogo

Sat, 3 Jan 1998 08:47:33 -0800 (PST)

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    Originally dated: Sat, 3 Jan 1998 08:47:33 -0800 (PST)

    > Subject: FW: Filmmaker, Aboubakar Sidiki Sanogo
    > cross posted from H-Net
    > From: Robert Cancel[]
    > Reply To: H-NET List for African Literature and Cinema
    > [Note: While it is not necessarily the position of H-Afrlitcine to
    > act as a job board or site for personnel ads, the following posting
    > from an
    > H-AfrArts editor seems relevant to our list's concern with African
    > cinema, filmmakers, and scholarship. I therefore pass it along in
    > the spirit
    > of collegial and exchange relationships and opportunities. B.C.]
    > >From: "H-AfrArts (Editor, R.A. Silverman)" <>
    > >Subject: FYI: Filmmaker, Aboubakar Sidiki Sanogo
    > >date: Thu, 1 Jan 1998
    > >from: Christopher Roy
    > > <>
    > >
    > >I am writing on behalf of Mr. Aboubakar Sidiki Sanogo, a very
    > >talented and creative young scholar and filmmaker from the
    > >University of Ouagadougou, who has been visiting the University
    > >of Iowa this past fall on a USIS visa. Mr. Sanogo's support at
    > >Iowa has ended, and he is now eagerly seeking a university that
    > >might be able to fund him during the spring so that he can
    > >extend his research in the United States. Mr. Sanogo holds an
    > >MA in English from the University of Ouagadougou. He has been
    > >deeply involved in the National Film Festival held in Ouaga
    > >every two years (FESPACO), and has served as an interpreter
    > >during several festivals since 1991. He worked as an actor in
    > >1993 for a documentary film about Sembene Ousmane by Manthia
    > >Diawara and N'gogi Wa Thiong'o, and was a director, writer and
    > >producer of a documentary about FESPACO in 1996. In 1997 he
    > >served on a panel on Cinema, Childhood and Youth at FESPACO '97.
    > > He is very skilled as an interpreter and teacher of French,
    > >Jula, Moore, Bambara, and Wolof, and speaks and writes flawless
    > >English. His telephone number is 319/353-4894 and e-mail:
    > >

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