Rosa Spaliviero (born in 1981 in Dakar, Senegal) lives and works mainly between Brussels and Lubumbashi. She was introduced to African cinemas in Maputo between 2006 and 2010, as a program assistant at the Dockanema Documentary Film Festival directed by Pedro Pimenta. She has been coordinating cultural events and curating film programs in Brussels, Venice, Dakar, Zurich, Paris, Maputo and Lubumbashi as a freelancer since then. She was producer for Atelier Graphoui for 7 years (2011-2018), an experimental audiovisual production workspace in Brussels supporting first-time filmmakers. In 2017, she founded an independent film company in Brussels, Twenty Nine Studio & Production. She also collaborates with Katy Lena Ndiaye, on behalf of IndigooMoodFilms, based both in Dakar and Brussels. Founding member of Picha asbl, she has been involved in the Biennale de Lubumbashi since 2008 as a production manager and film curator. The Biennale is a uniting point for the young art scene of the Democratic Republic of Congo.