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Campus Kassapa by Ramirez, Ronnie

In Congo, at the university of Lubumbashi, one of the biggest in Africa, carrying out studies is quite a challenge. Some 25.000 students fall over each other in a campus in poor conditions and have to conciliate the difficulties related to the situation of their country and the academic demands. The film Campus Kassapa plunges us into this reality through the intimate portrait of four students who tell us about their projects, concerns and hopes. These motivated and brave young students remind us that the future of tomorrow's society goes through today's education.
Director
Ramirez, Ronnie
Copyright Holder
UniversCine
Writer
Jacob Gauthier, Ronnie Ramirez
Duration
52 min.
Year of release
2011
Language
French
Country of production
23

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