Madubuko DiakitéStill: Dreams of G
Madubuko DIAKITÉ (1940, USA) is a Human Rights lawyer, researcher, writer, and documentary filmmaker born in Harlem. Diakité studied at the New York Institute of Photography but moved from the USA to Sweden in 1968 to study filmmaking and pursue a PhD in Cinema Studies. At this time he traveled frequently between Sweden, USA, and Nigeria, where he had partly grown up and would later found a film school. In 1992, he also earned a Licentiate in Law at Lund University, Sweden. Since then, Diakité has practiced law and researched Human Rights at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute in Lund and has been active in anti-discrimination organizations in Sweden. He has published several books, among them Film, Culture, and the Black Filmmaker and the autobiographical Not Even in Your Dreams. He continues to practice law and to research migration as a senior researcher emeritus in Sweden.
(all short) Dreams of G (1970), The invisible People (1972), For Personal Reasons (1973), En dag på Mårtenstorget i Lund (1981)
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