Mis Me Binga is from a cameronian language from the centre region. It means « Eyes of Women ».
The festival Mis Me Binga is an international films festival based in Cameroon. It has been created in 2009 by a team of young cameroonian, all students in the University of Yaoundé I. In 2010, the first edition takes place with the participation of partners like Goethe-Institut Kamerun, Institut Français and others.
The festival is first of all opened to women directors. There are screenings in halls, in neighborhoods with the partnership of the Cinema Numerique Ambulant Cameroun and the support of Movies That Matters. The festival in 2013 and 2014 took place in Yaoundé and Garoua (north Cameroon).
There are awards: best fiction, best documentary film and the award of the jury.
Since the beginning, Mis Me Binga in partnership with the Goethe-Institut organises a workshop called « Quand l’idée devient un film » and a competition called Binga Talent.
This 6th edition, Mis Me Binga officially opens it programming to men through the section « He For she ».