Afrika Eye 2019: Jupiter’s Dance + panel discussion

Florent de la Tullaye, Renaud Barret
Running Time
80 mins

Released back in 2005, Jupiter’s Dance offers a jaunt through the ghettos of Kinshasa to meet musicians who struggle to emerge from the chaos: rappers, handicapped bluesmen, griots, street children, inventors of instruments, and ndombolo musicians. Jupiter Bokondji, the charismatic leader of the band Okwess International, serves as guide and narrator as he describes his city and his long battle to break out of the ghetto with his music.

This Afrika Eye screening will be followed by a panel discussion

By robin askew, Friday, Oct 18 2019

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