Mrs. Mischa runs with an iron fist a hotel in which not a single day goes by without incident, whether from within or outside with never ordinary characters.
Fernand LEPOKO works with the Gabonese Institute of Image and Sound (IGIS – former CENACI). He has also founded his production company called ALDEBARAN Pictures. His film credits include Maléfice (FESPACO 2009 Panorama selection); Terre et fils (2013), SIGNIS Special Prize at FESPACO and Best Male Performance at ECRANS NOIRS (2018).
London-based paranormal investigator, Will Stone, is the author of the international bestselling series of books, Dead Places. In each episode, Will and his team investigate a different case. From ghosts and monsters to creatures that should only exist in myths, Africa is full of surprises. But while he works on his new book, Will is slowly discovering what really happened to his sister when they were children. As the weeks pass, Will gets ever closer to the truth. A truth that may destroy him.
Divine, a young beautiful and intelligent girl aspires to complete her studies, become a doctor and a valuable and useful woman in life. The only issue is that her parents cannot afford to make her dream come true. Rather, they marry her to a suitor in order to reduce the number of children to feed and satisfy the appetite for luxury. Things turn bad as Divine realizes that the man who pretended to be a doctor is none other than an angel-faced criminal.
Flavienne TCHATAT trained in TV and stage production management, acting and directing at South African State Theatre in Pretoria. She began her career as an artist in 2009 performing leading roles in several plays and appearing in such series as Generation and Isidingo. In 2011, she made her directional debut with Dangerous Trend. In 2018, she produced her 52-episode series called Divine. Flavienne was twice nominated for Canal 2’or (2017-2019) in the Best Actress category.
At the height of her professional career, 32 years old Aby gets married to Bachir, 25, a serial seducer and predator who loves to be cared for by women. Aby believes she is living true love but discovering her husband’s double life, her own life spins out of control.
Director and producer Abdoulahad WONE became at 22 the first Senegalese AVID editor trained at INA in 1998. Directing and producing commercials, his company has grown into a reference in the audio-visual industry. In 2009, Wone made his debut feature Justice Divine, precursor to the series Tundu Wundu. A+ is seduced by the series and purchases the broadcasting rights. With season 2 of Tundu Wundu, he won the Best Series Prize at FESPACO 2017.