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Samba the Great, 14minutes
Directed by Moustapha Alassane
Origin Niger
Genres Animation
Actors Jean Rouch

Les aventures d’un héros légendaire qui, ébloui par la beauté d’une princesse, en demande la main. Celle-ci lui impose plusieurs épreuves dont il sort vainqueur, mais il doit encore et toujours prouver sa vaillance. Les deux jeunes gens réussiront-ils à se réunir ?
Return of an Adventurer
Directed by Moustapha Alassane
Origin Niger
Genres Western
Actors Zalika Souley

A man returns home to his village with Western cowboy duds and forms a gang with his old buddies. Getting into their role, the black cowboys spread panic throughout the village with brawls and robberies.
Le Fleuve Niger se meurt, 7minutes
Origin Niger
Genres Documentary
Themes Environmental films, Documentary films about environmental issues

This short documentary film tells the story of Alfari, who lives on the bank of the Niger, a river which is slowly running dry due to climate change. Alfari had to give up fishing to become a gardener, fighting against the hippopotamus that devastate his plantations.
Denké-Denké, 52minutes
Origin Niger
Genres Documentary
Themes Films about music and musicians, Documentary films about music and musicians, Documentaire sur une personnalité, Musical films

Yacouba Moumouni, aka Denké-Denké, is a famous Nigerien flautist, songwriter and singer of the Mamar Kassey music band. How could this child, who left his village when he was only 10 years old, overcame life's hurdles in one of the world's poorest countries, and became one of the most beautiful voices in Africa?
Women Cars Villas Money, 1h2
Directed by Moustapha Alassane
Origin Niger
Genres Drama, Comedy
Actors Sotigui Kouyate, Zalika Souley

Ali is a modest civil servant who enjoys a pleasant life in town. One day, upon being forced by his parents to marry a woman he doesn't want, Ali is dragged into a vortex composed by “Women (Femmes), Cars (Voitures), Villas, Money (Argent)” all of which, in Niger, stand for social success. Longing for an increasingly luxurious way of life, in order to support habits he himself created, Ali is forced to steal and is arrested. When everyone else abandons him, his first wife reveals her loyalty and awaits his release.