Mamadou Dia is a Senegalese writer and director. He completed his MFA in Filmmaking at Tisch School of the Arts (NYU). Shaped by this training and his experience working as a video-journalist across the African continent, his stories explore the fine balance between fiction and fact, narrative and documentary. His latest short Samedi Cinema (2016) premiered at the Venice and the Toronto International Film Festival. Nafi’s Father, his first feature, got the Hubert Bals Fund grant and was part of TIFF Talent Lab.
2018 Lost in transit2016 Samedi Cinema