Ne Kunda Nlaba
Born in Kinshasa in D.R.Congo, Ne Kunda Nlaba is an African Film Producer, Director, Screenwriter, Editor, Actor and Political Scientist based in London.
He holds a Master of Arts in Film, Television & Screen Media from Birkbeck University of London, a Certificate of Higher Education in BA (Hons) Film: Video Production and Film Studies from the University of West London, a City & Guild Diploma
in Advanced Media Industries Production from Lambeth College and a degree in Politics from Université Chrétienne Cardinal Malula/D.R.Congo.
Owner and C.E.O of Labson Bizizi-Cine Kongo Ltd and Afrika Bizizi Distribution Ltd, founder and Film Professor at Kongo Bizizi Academy “the Pan African Film Institute” and also member of Producers Guild of Great Britain (PGGB), Ne Kunda Nlaba is a confident and creative filmmaker with experience in writing, producing and directing narrative fiction and documentary films of diverse genres. Recently produced and directed short and feature films distributed on streaming platforms such as Amazon and Kweli TV, on Television, in cinema, on Television and at national and international film festivals including “The Next” (2009), “The Steel Pan” (2010), “Living Without Living” (2011), “Cherie Bondowe” (2012), “Abeti Masikini: Le Combat d’Une Femme” (2015) and “Kimpa Vita: The Mother of African Revolution” (2016), Kingdom of Kongo: In Search of the Destroyed Kingdom” (2020) and is producing a dance feature film “Afro Beat“, the drama feature film “Kimpa Vita”, and the documentary feature film “Mfumu Kimbangu: A Black Saviour“.