Nvono-Nca meets founder of International Festival of Pan-African Cinema

Not only interested by the political and economic causes regarding the future of the African continent, the Equatorial Guinea Ambassador in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Nca, convinced of the importance of culture to the pan-African cause, met Eitel Basile Ngangue Ebelle, founder of the International Festival of Pan-African Cinema, which is organised within the framework of one of the most important cinema events in the world, the Cannes Festival.

The International Festival of Pan-African Cinema was created in 2004, as a showcase to the world for cinema, in addition to other types of artistic and cultural activities, within the pan-African theme of union and protection of the African cultural heritage. Nvono-Nca congratulated the founder of this important festival, for the huge amount of work done, as a defender of pan-African ideals, and offered his full support.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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