Pascale Appora-Gnekindy



Central African Republic

Pascale Appora-Gnekindy hails from the Central African Republic (CAR). She is the owner of Kea-Kwis Production, a video production company in Bangui, CAR. She co-directed her first feature documentary Eat Bitter in 2020.

In 2017, she directed My Eyes To Hear, a documentary short about a boy overcoming his disability in a land where the disabled are marginalized. The film was an official selection of The International Film Festival of Kinsaha and Film Festival Africlap. In 2019, she directed Two Sisters, the journey of two sisters who struggle to find the right balance between their studies, their life at home and their femininity.

Pascale came to film production from the IT world. She started studying films when she was selected to participate in 2016 in documentary filmmaking workshops organized by the French Alliance of Bangui and the Ateliers Varan. Biography Source


My Eyes To Hear (2017)
Two Sisters (2019)
Eat Bitter (2020)

Films Curated by AFF