It's just been bought to my attention by HEEZA's newsletter that two DVD-Videos of African animated films with English, French and Spanish subtitles have been recently been released in France by annoyingly Web site-less éditeur P.O.M. films: one of films by various creators and another which is a focus on those of director Moustapha ALASSANE, with one mid-length live action film and three somewhat OKAMOTO Tadanari-looking short animated ones. The formerly mentioned disc includes the La Fabrique production La Princesse Yennega, which I've been interested to see for some time.
Two other discs already exists in the collection, of the work of directors Moustapha DAO and Issiaka KONATE, with the same selection of subtitles; I'm supposing from that Doriane films' site gives genre classifications to all the films on these that they aren't animated.
Current music: trippi's (?) – "PINKY LOVE"
Though I imagine most people would find it simply vacuous, and it gets so after multiple listens, when I haven't heard it for a while it comes back to strike me as one of the most exciting examples of this kind of pop – which I consider it to be though I don't think I could argue why in words – since 008, even if some, or much, of that power of juxtaposition comes from the film it accompanies. Whatever the writers and performers are it seems to be a temporary arrangement just for the film, so any info on whom they are and what else they've done would be appreciated.