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Alkebu Film Productions
Alkebu Film Production
Statut : Société de droit privé
Adresse : Omulen Close, Gogonya RoadNsambya Gogonya East IIPO Box 23164 Kampala
Pays concerné : Ouganda
Téléphone(s) : +256 782 480055
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Alkebu Film Production a été fondée par le réalisateur Petna Ndaliko Katondolo et le producteur Yehudi Van de Pol.
Les revenus de la promotion et de la diffusion des œuvres soutiennent en partie les activités du centre artistique et culturel Yolé! Africa.



Alkebu Film Production has been founded besides Yolé !Africa to promote mainly the film productions of the organization’s members.

It was initiated to develop the production of inventive, mindful and authentic works in the resourceful worlds of audiovisual and new technology. Right from its start, Alkebu Film productions aimed at producing challenging work by exploring the narrative possibilities of creative imagination, documentary, feature films, music videos and art based films.

Alkebu Film Production was founded by the filmmaker Petna Ndaliko Katondolo and the producer Yehudi Van de Pol.
The income of the promotion and distribution of the works sustain partly the activities of the artistic and cultural center Yolé!Africa.

The world is made of stories and humans enact the story they believe.

Petna and Chérie Ndaliko are devoted to social, political, ecological, and spiritual justice. As artists, academics, and activists their work is dedicated to transforming systems of oppression. To this end, they have created a decolonial curriculum, Decomposing the Colonial Gaze, and UzuriSanctuary, a biodynamic educational freedom farm.

Petna Ndaliko Katondolo multi-genre artistic works are acclaimed for their provocative Ejo-Lobi (Africanfuturistic) artistic style. In 2000 he founded Yole!Africa, a renowned cultural and educational center in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, he is also Artistic Director of Alkebu Film Productions. He is currently the Artist in Residence at the Stone Center for Black History and Culture at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

In addition to farming, Chérie has authored award-winning books, co-founded the Yole!Institute, and is an Associate Professor of Geography at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She holds a Ph.D. in African Studies from Harvard University, where she was a pioneer of the Social Engagement Initiative, which weds academic study with social justice.

Cinematography/ Direction
– Creative Services and Collaboration
– Production Support and Coordination (including research and scouting)
– Audio Production, Sound Design, and Voiceover