Petna Ndaliko Katondolo is an internationally acclaimed filmmaker and activist whose cinematic style combines rhythm, image, and social critique with digital innovation to challenge traditional narrative structures. His films skirt the boundary of fiction and reality and provoke reflection on post-colonial African realities.
Ndaliko is the initiator of the Salaam Kivu International Film Festival (SKIFF) and the founder of the cultural center Yole!Africa. www.alkebu.org
Name: Petna Ndaliko
Lives in: Durham, North Carolina
Occupation: Cinematographer, Dancer and Director