Dir. Monique Phoba
2014, 20 min.
Set in the Belgian Congo in the 1950s, Sister Oyo tells the story of Godelive, a Congolese schoolgirl at the Catholic boarding school Mbanza-Mboma, the premiere French language school for Congolese girls. She is to be westernized, following the will of her parents, but the memory of her grandmother intervenes...
Followed by post-screening discussion with filmmaker Monique Mbeka Phoba
+ Opening Night Celebration with Congolese food and live music by Isaac Katalay and the Life Long Project