Who We Are
The iAfrica Film Festival started with her first edition in 2016 in The Hague. The founders, Dady Kiyangi and Angélique Mbundu, are the driving force behind the film festival.
Dady Kiyangi is the managing director of the iAfrica Film Festival and the chairman of Yangambi. He is also the co-founder of the African Young Professional Network (AYP), a network organization for African young professionals in the Netherlands. In his daily life he is a social worker. Arts & Culture is his passion and this is why he founded the entertainment agency & impresario Yangambi.
Angélique Mbundu she is a lawyer, entrepreneur and has her own consultancy firm. Angélique has a rich experience in public, private and non-profit sector. Angélique is board member of Yangambi and is the artistic director of the iAfrica Film Festival. Furthermore, she is one of the founders of the African Young Professional Network (AYP), a network for African young professionals and students in the Netherlands, and duo-president of the Dutch division of the network Africa 2.0
Trony is a communicator from East Africa. She has worked in the media, advertising and the marketing industries in Kenya, Uganda and The Netherlands. She designs projects, programs and collaboration with teams and individuals. Her background is in international relations, communications and business. Her interests lay in working and mentoring creative talent in Africa and Europe.
Ken Thiel is a visual artist focusing on the medium of photography and cinematography. His passion lies in visual storytelling, with the aim of documenting his surroundings in an ever changing environment. Ken has created high quality digital content for clients including: iAfrica film festival, Art The Hague and Embassy of Ghana the Hague. He is based in The Hague, Netherlands.</p> <p>