This is the journey of an intellectual Creole, born in Angola,with Cape Verdian parents. Before returning from Lisbon to Luanda, he stops in the Cape Verde islands in search of his ethnic and cultural roots. —TV5 Monde
Ruy Duarte de Carvalho ( Santarém , 1941 – Swakopmund , 2010 ) was a writer , filmmaker and anthropologist in Angola.
Portuguese by birth, de Carvalho spent his childhood in Namiba . In 1955 he returned to Santarem , finished the course onte Regent Agricola, at the College of Agriculture in 1960 . He held positions at the Experimental Station Caraculo, and then in Moçâmedes , and also worked in the fields producing coffee and livestock . In 1972 he travelled to London , where he took a course in scriptwriting. Later he moved to Angola and joined the Television of Angola, as a director. He has directed several feature films, Nelisita: narratives Nyaneka ( 1982 ) and Moia: the message of the islands ( 1989 ). He became an Angolan citizen in 1983. He was admitted to the Ecole des Hautes Etudes de Sciences Sociales in Paris , where he obtained his doctorate in anthropology . —Wikipedia Portuguese