Traditional and contemporary dances are on display this weekend at the French Institute in Yaoundé where a long film will also be projected on Sunday.

Traditional and contemporary dances are on display this weekend at the French Institute in Yaoundé where a long film will also be projected on Sunday.

Meanwhile, renowned artist Othéo will be displaying plastic arts works at the National Assembly.

The film projected at the French Institute this Sunday kick off at 6:00 p.m.

The long film entitled “Terreur de la persécution by Patrick Shebaud is the next major event for this weekend at the French Institute, coming after the urban zone dance event this Friday to feature Afro hip hop, African, ball room, break and other dances. Friday and Saturday come withan art to display to mark World Democracy Day.

The plastic artist, Ondingui Onana Théodore otherwise known as Othéo will display some of his works made mainly with local materials at the National Assembly.

Meanwhile, the Comedian, Fingon Tralala now an active film maker presents to the public his new movie “Le bébé du boy” in Garoua this Saturday and on Sunday in Maroua.

Finally, Alain Mboule presents his fourth Album this Friday night at the Elysée Night Club in Deido. It is entitled “My dream” and that’s the weekend and culture round up.

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