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Ntare Mwine

Ouganda, États-Unis

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Acteur, réalisateur, photographe et professeur, de nationalité ougandaise et américaine.
Ntare Guma Mbaho MWINE a joué dans plusieurs films dont « Blood Diamond » et « 40. » Il a réalisé entre autres films « Beware of Time, » qui a fait sa Premiered au Pan African Film Festival et au Berlin Black International Cinema Festival où il a remporté le Prix du Meilleure sur des questions liées à des populations marginalisées (Award of Best film on matters relating to marginalized people). Ntare est un Professeur Associé de l’Université de Southern California (USC) et il a enseigné à des artistes de théâtre et de cinéma dans plus d’une douzaine de pays en Afrique.

Source : AFRIFF 2014
http://afriff.com/2014-2/
traduction française : Thierno I. Dia

English

Ntare Guma Mbaho MWINE is a dual citizen of Uganda and America. Film acting credits include « Blood Diamond » and « 40. » Film directing credits include « Beware of Time, » which premiered at the Pan African Film Festival and at the Berlin Black International Cinema Festival where it won Best film on matters relating to marginalized people. Ntare is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Southern California (USC) and has taught theatre and film artists in more than a dozen countries in Africa.

Ntare received his Masters Degree of Fine Arts in Acting from New York University and completed studies at The Moscow Arts Theatre in Russia, The Royal National Theatre in London and The University of Virginia.

An accomplished photographer and writer, Ntare’s photographic work has been featured in Vanity Fair, on HBO’s television series Six Feet Under and also exhibited at The United Nations, the UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History, The Latino Art Museum, Rush Arts Gallery and Museum Africa in Johannesburg to name a few.

Ntare’s first effort as a playwright is Biro, a multi-media solo performance piece, which held its World Premiere at Uganda’s National Theatre and subsequently premiered in London, then in New York at The Joseph Papp Public Theatre where it made the « New York Times critics pick list. » The production has since premiered in Los Angeles, Seattle, Ethiopia, Kenya, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Toronto. Ntare’s other acting credits include leading roles at The Steppenwolf Theatre, The Kennedy Center, The Lincoln Center, ACT, The Long Wharf Theatre and the National Tour of Six Degrees of Separation for which he received an NAACP Image Award nomination for Best Actor.

Ntare’s first effort as filmmaker is a documentary entitled Beware Of Time. The film received its first broadcast in Uganda and subsequently screened at the Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles and the Black International Cinema in Berlin where it was selected as Best film on matters relating to Marginalized People.