The exceptional personal story of Hadijatou Mani, a young slave woman who has been a pioneer in denouncing the Nigerian government and taking it to the highest African court, the ECOWAS.
A film by Lala Gomà (Niger/Spain | 2016 | 1 hr 13 mins)
About Lala Gomà
After 25 years working at the Catalan Television TVC, mainly on in-house documentaries and cultural programs, she received the National Culture Prize 2006, the highest award given by the Government of Catalonia (Spain). Among other recognitions she has received, some of the most important are: the Silver FIPA Award 1997 at the International Festival of Audiovisual Productions of Biarritz (France), for the documentary ”Granados & Delgado, a legal crime” (co-directed with Xavier Montanyà); the prestigious award Espais from the Catalan Art Critics Association for “Palo Alto”; and the Guild of Editors Atlàntida Prize for “Carlos Barral. In Memoriam”.