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Since 1996, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has been embroiled in violence that has killed as many as 6 million people. The conflict has been the world’s bloodiest since World War II. Many call it the ‘African World War.’ Now President Kabila’s third and final term (according to the constitution) is coming to an end on December 19, without elections or any sign of a successor.

But Petna Ndaliko, filmmaker, mentor, consultant and Founder of the Yole!Africa cultural centre and the Congo International Film Festival (CIFF) in Goma wants to shape a different narrative about the country through education and ‘cultivating local film culture’… Read more