Blaise N'Djehoya

Blaise N’Djehoya, born 1953 in Bangui, is a writer, journalist and director. He studied history and anthropology and has produced a number of documentary films, including the 1991 film, Voyage au bout de la quinine, with Jacques Goldstein, about the writer Louis Ferdinand Céline and Silence, also in 1991, a portrait of the musician Manu Dibango, as well as Un sang d’encre, in 1998, a film about the lives of African artists in Paris in the 1940s and ‘50s. N’Djehoya lives in Paris.

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Poorest nation, richest nation (Issue III+IV/2018)

The land that never was

First a bank spot on the map, then a colony: How Ubangi-Shari became the Central African Republic.