- Rajaonarivelo, Raymond
- (1947, Antananarivo, Madagascar-)He left Madagascar to study cinema in France at Paul Valéry University of Montpellier. After being an assistant director from 1980 to 1988, he turned out shorts. His first feature-length film (Tabataba), shown at the Cannes Film Festival directors' fortnight, was the first Malgach movie shot in 35-mm.Filmography1978 ◘ Izaho Lokanga Ianao Valiha (short; Madagascar)1980 ◘ Babay Sa Lavohitra (short; Madagascar)1989 ◘ Tabataba (also co-screenwriter; France / Madagascar; shot in 1987)1994 ◘ Le Jardin des Corps (short)1996 ◘ Quand les Etoiles rencontrent la Mer (also co-screenwriter; Madagascar)2005 ◘ Mahaleo (documentary; co-director with César Paes; also co-screenwriter, co-cinematographer; France / Madagascar)
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.