LUNTANGO means ‘stranger’, and Muhammed, who comes from the Senegambia region and has been living in Germany for 10 years, feels like one no matter where he is: His family and friends in West Africa see him as European, in Germany he is constantly being asked when he will return home. The activist uses photography to try and express what it means to be black, on the run, and a migrant in today’s world.

LUNTANGO (STRANGER) Direction: Vanessa Macedo, Mohammed Jadama, digital, engl./mandinka OmU, 17


Hildegard Kiel has worked in the international sector for many years, at the interface between culture and development policy. She has been living in Tanzania for 20 years, where she founded and runs the Dhow Countries Music Academy in Zanzibar. She is particularly interested in cultural forms of expression and their impact on societal developments. Since 2019, she has been the project manager for North and East Africa at the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation in Berlin.


Ager Oueslati was born in 1987. The director, journalist and photographer has French, Algerian and Tunisian roots. As a photojournalist and filmmaker, she has been working on the history of migration for over ten years. EXILÉE, filmed in 2019, is her first short film. She is currently doing research for her first feature-length film with the working title YOU DON’T DIE TWO TIMES.