Pascale Obolo is an independent filmmaker, activist, curator. Born in Cameroon, she studied film in Paris. As a feminist and activist filmmaker, her work throws memories into question and is dedicated to the themes of identity, exile, invisibility. Her film Calypso Rose: Lioness of the Jungle won the silver Yennega prize at the Fespaco 2013. Her latest work scrutinises archives through the construction of historical narratives from a postcolonial perspective. Pascale Obolo is the founder of Afrikadaa, a magazine for contemporary African art. She is also director of the African Art Book Fair (AABF).
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