Nearly two decades after its screen went dark, the last of African nation Chad's movie theaters has once again opened its doors with the help of two local helmers.
For eight days last month, thousands of spectators gathered in Ouagadougou to watch the best of African film at the biannual Fespaco film festival.
A Rwandan helmer will bow his first feature in Tribeca's World Narrative Features competition, shining a spotlight on the continuing evolution of film in the small East African nation.
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