Video Diary

Invisible Borders with Em’kal Eyongakpa – Film by Ignatio Matala Evita

Posted: November 17, 2012 at 7:30 am by invisible

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Cameroon – film by Lesedi Mogoatlhe

Posted: October 7, 2012 at 10:57 am by invisible

  Firstly, I’ll admit that it’s taken me forever to present another video clip concerning my findings in Cameroon- been trying to just get my head around things. Cameroon was such a layered, massive experience for me, meeting so many people, giving and receiving on several levels. When we arrived in Douala I wasn’t sure […]

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Invisible Borders in Libreville – Film by Ignatio Matala Evita

Posted: October 7, 2012 at 10:44 am by invisible

Ignacio Evita Matala is a filmmaker from Equitorial Guinea, who joined the team from Bata. In this short film, he captures the final moments of the group in Libreville, Gabon. In his films, Matala shows the viewer the extraordinariness in commonplace activity. Matala brings a keen perceptiveness to this year’s road trip that is cogent, […]

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Emmanuel Iduma in Conversation with Lionel Manga

Posted: September 14, 2012 at 1:43 pm by invisible

Lionel Manga is a Cameroonian writer, researcher and philosopher living and working in Douala. He is one of the foremost artists who has contributed immensely in the shaping of the artistic landscape of Douala and Cameroon as a whole through his involvement with the art space Doual’Art known as one of the only relevant art […]

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Calabar – Lesedi Mogoatlhe

Posted: September 11, 2012 at 8:19 am by invisible

  Notes: Calabar is what Cape Town is for South Afica, a well-kept port town geared towards nurturing tourism and I guess in a way, a hub of significant historical points/stories. After coming from Lagos, then Aba, Calabar almost felt ‘un-Nigerian- like’, and I was quite amused that the crew I was with, had a […]

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Crossing The Border from Nigeria to Cameroon

Posted: September 9, 2012 at 8:20 am by invisible

Notes: This video was made during the Invisible Borders Road Trip Project 2012. The Team makes an attempt to traverse the border from Nigeria to Cameroon, but they got stuck on this road for three days! Since the independence of the two countries this road has always been like this, in fact, it has never […]

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Rain Ride – Emeka Okereke

Posted: August 30, 2012 at 4:57 am by invisible

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Spaces of Music (1) – Lesedi Mogoatlhe

Posted: August 27, 2012 at 5:41 pm by invisible

This clip was taken at Benin in Nigeria- a stop we made as we travelled from Lagos to Aba. I’m planning to capture spaces of music, musicians I find along the way- the term being flexible in that I will also focus on people who aren’t necessarily professional muso’s- who maybe just have music in […]

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