Kramo-Lanciné Fadika

lancine1Biography: Kramo-Lanciné Fadika was born in 1948 in Ivory Coast. He studied at the Nationale Photo-Cinéma de la rue Vaugirard à Paris, and now has credits in directing, scriptwriting, and editing. He directed his first short film, La Fin de la course, in 1974. From 1975 to 1981 he made several television magazine programmes and educational films for the rural world. His first feature, Djéli, conte d’aujourd’hui (Djéli, a Modern Tale) won the Grand Prize at FESPACO in 1981. In 1994, he finished his second feature, Wariko, the Jackpot (Wariko, le gros lot).

(Sources:
– AFF, Inc.
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Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
Wariko, the Jackpot [Wariko, le gros lot] (1996).

Filmography:
La Fin de la course (1974);
Djéli, conte d’aujourd’hui [Djéli, a Modern Tale] (1981);
Wariko, the Jackpot [Wariko, le gros lot] (1994).