This documentary is the story of the unusual life, of one of the most important French-language poets of his time, Gérald-Félix Tchicaya. —Africine
Born February 25, 1960 in Bangui, Central African Republic, Leandre-Alain Baker is a Congolese national and lives in Paris.
Author, actor, stage director, he created and animated with the writer Emmanuel Dongala, the scene of the Lightning in Brazzaville. He is a director of feature and short films and two documentaries devoted to writers and Sony Labou Tansi Tchicaya U’Tamsi. As an actor, he worked, among others, Gabriel Garran, Philippe Adrien, Christian Schiaretti, Philippe Mercier, Peter Brook, Thierry Mennessier … He also played in several films and TV movies. —lesfrancophonies