🇬🇶 Equatorial Guinea The 1960s The 1950s The 2000s
Based on thousands of real stories — Spain, 2003. An accidental discovery leads Clarence to travel from the snowy mountains of Huesca to Equatorial Guinea, to visit the land where her father Jacobo and her uncle Kilian spent most of their youth, the island of Fernando Poo.
🇬🇶 Equatorial Guinea The 2010s
The first filmmaker arrived in Equatorial Guinea in 1904. The last movie theatre closed in Malabo in the 1990s. In 2011, during the II African Film Festival of Equatorial Guinea, the Marfil Movie Theatre reopened its doors. Florencio, Ángel and Estrada tells us how cinema has been, and is still, present in their lives.
🇬🇶 Equatorial Guinea The 2000s
Teresa, Rocío and Yolanda, which are the names that Elena Iyanga, Dina Anguesomo and Isabel Kote personify, are three adolescent students with totally different lives, but united by friendship. Teresa, the main character, is a young woman, enthusiast of the street life, fun, discotheques, dating.... Her best friend is Rocío, a well-off who is less interested in studies because she has everything. And finally Yolanda is a young woman from a very humble family whose parents are ill; she takes her studies very seriously in order to get ahead in the future, and she advises her friends to take the right path, although they do not pay attention to her. It deals with a story based on actual events, produced by the National Library of Equatorial Guinea and filmed in the country by various young film makers of different producers and different means.
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