Mopiopio : souffle d'Angola (VHS tape, 1992) [Beloit College]
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Mopiopio : souffle d'Angola

Mopiopio : souffle d'Angola

Author: Zézé Gamboa; Saga film (Firm : Brussels, Belgium); Full Frame Film & Video Distribution.
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : Full Frame Film & Video Distribution, ©1992.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : PortugueseView all editions and formats
Summary:
Presents the music of Angola as a key part of Angolan life and reveals an incredible range of music as experienced in the streets, dance halls and concerts of Luanda. Angolans talk about their lives and musical roots and their hopes and dreams for their war-torn country. Also shows how the war affects daily life and how traditions combined with outside influences affect modern African culture.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Zézé Gamboa; Saga film (Firm : Brussels, Belgium); Full Frame Film & Video Distribution.
Language Note: In Portuguese with English subtitles.
OCLC Number: 37112253
Credits: Director, Zézé Gamboa ; writers, Zézé Gamboa, Guy Lefevre ; photography, Rémon Fromont ; editor, Marie-Hélène Dozo ; producer, Greta Van Bempt.
Description: 1 videocassette (54 min.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Other Titles: Mopiopio, breath of Angola
Responsibility: un film de Zézé Gamboa ; [presented by] Greta Van Bempt, Saga Film.

Abstract:

Presents the music of Angola as a key part of Angolan life and reveals an incredible range of music as experienced in the streets, dance halls and concerts of Luanda. Angolans talk about their lives and musical roots and their hopes and dreams for their war-torn country. Also shows how the war affects daily life and how traditions combined with outside influences affect modern African culture.
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