Sabine was borned and raised in Cameroon. Her migration journey start in her country where she was recruited by a lebanon agency of maids. She spent years in Lebanon where she was reduce to slavery. After many years of suffering, she mooved to Belgium. Right after her arrival she started to work in Matonge as hairdresser in a salon. While she was working, she was at the same time waiting for a regulation of her case. In that place where she use to work, with other girls, they live under threat of national police who chase them. Sabine works no less than thirtheen or fortheen hours per day and sometimes tourists come and visit the place where she works and look at them as in a museum.
Rosine Mfetgo Mbakam grew up in Cameroon in a traditional family. She chooses Cinema very early and is trained in Yaoundé to the team of the Italian NGO COE (Centro Orientamento Educativo) where she is initiated to the image, editing and production since 2000. She collaborated and directed several films for this structure before joining in 2003, after a meeting with Mactar Sylla, the team of STV (Spectrum television) where she directed and edited several audiovisual programs. In 2007 she left Cameroon and enrolled in Brussels for a training course at INSAS. Her diploma in hand, she proposes a first CM "You will be my ally" and co-realizes for the ASBL AFRICALIA, with Mirko Popovitch a portrait of the Congolese artist Freddy Tsimba "Mavambu" She founded in 2014 with Geoffroy Cernaix, Tandor Productions and directed "The Two Faces of a Bamileke Woman" her first documentary of creation released on the screens in 2017. She is currently working on several projects.