Who is Serge Diantantu this comic artist Afrcaine and caribbean.
Born in Mbanza-Ngungu, Democratic Republic of Congo, Serge Diantantu attending primary school Saint-Pierre de Kinshasa. For his secondary education, after a brief stint at boarding Kibemtele, he turned to the technical and vocational training in Ngombe-Matadi, where he obtained a certificate of professional competence in carpentry and cabinetmaking. He then enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts in Kinshasa where he managed the High State, or "tray" in art.
Serge arrived in France in 1981 with the intention to continue his university studies. But he soon finds himself forced to abandon his chain of health and safety at the Conservatoire National des Arts et Metiers in Paris, to embrace a career as a designer for television and cinema, the French Society of Production (SFP).
 Overwhelmed by the ravages of AIDS in the world, Serge Diantantu then puts his talent to the prevention against this scourge. He creates his first comic album, "Beware AIDS, to raise awareness about the risks of this epidemic and the need to adopt preventive behavior to avoid falling into his trap assassins.
The estimates generated by the success of this album encouraged the author to pursue the path of comics to tell the true history of Africa, often poorly known, with sensitivity and respect that only a native of Africa can express. His style, Mindelo, gives the design its authenticity. With his pen, Serge Diantantu now traces the life of him who was the longest serving prisoner of conscience African Simon Kimbangu, whose life reflects the nature of colonization in the Belgian Congo and in Sub-Saharan Africa in general.
Meanwhile, he developed a passion for photography and filmmaking and broadcast media. He is currently working on storyboards for his latest script to make his first feature film.
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Serge Diantantu dedication of 14 to 15 November 2009 Festival of Comics ILLZACH