FOR A HANDFUL OF GOLD
When Ingui one day asks his mother for two pieces of gold she knows that her son, who has no qualms when it comes to realizing his dream of becoming a king, is up to no good. And she is right; her son manages to get his hands on some of the royal wealth and as a consequence the unhappy king – who was led to believe that his horse’s dropping was gold - orders his arrest. Ingui, however, does not let an incarceration get in his way in this humorous traditional tale.
The director Bernard Yameogo, who is also a playwright and a producer of animated films for cinema, TV and new media, is passionate about the protection of children and education.TRUE FALSE FRIENDS
When Samba and his friend, a poor peasant, find a jar with a glimmering content Samba, who is unwilling to share the richess with his unsuspecting friend convinces him that the jar’s content is worthless. Upon Samba’s return to the village where both his children and his friend live, the slick, and now rich town-dweller, is up for the surprise of his life (and not in the good sense of the word).
The director Bernard Yameogo, who is also a playwright and a producer of animated films for cinema, TV and new media, is passionate about the protection of children and education.L'ENFANT DOIGT (FINGER CHILD)
A young & beautiful woman attracts all eyes of men in the village but particularly those of the village’s chief. Unfortunately because of her infertility she’s unhappy. One day she invokes God, begging Him to give her a child in order to end her sufferings and the mocking of the villagers. Her prayer is finally answered and she gives birth to a little boy called by her husband “the child finger”. Soon enough the village’s chief will find out that the boy is special ...