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Ingrid Sinclair

Ingrid Sinclair, born in the UK studied Literature and Medicine in England. Sinclair studied filmmaking and film production in South Africa. Ingrid Sinclair's film "Flame" (1996) gave her recognition as a filmmaker of the African Renaissance. Her documentaries on the Zimbabwe Liberation Movement have received praise internationally, including at the Cannes Film Festival. (3/11)


Africa is a Woman's Name
A film by Ingrid Sinclair, Bridget Pickering & Wanjiru Kinyanjui, 2009, 52 min., Color

AFRICA IS A WOMAN’S NAME provides an opportunity for three of Africa’s leading filmmakers to tell their own country’s stories through the lives of the...



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