By Harmonia Carmona
TV Documentary

A story that nobody wanted to hear. A corpse without a name, or an imaginary name: Mulibahan. Mulibahan was an African aboriginal preserved for 170 years and exhibited at the Dauder Museum in Banyoles. Based on the controversy of “The Black man of Banyoles” and the stories of African Bushmen.


A production by: Mallerich Films, Benecé Productions, Media Park, Looks Medienproduktionen GMBH
With the participation of: Duckworth Collection, Oesterreichische Phonothek, Grijalbo Mondadori, Arxiu Nacional de Catalunya, Missouri Historical Society, University of Cape Town, South African Library, Doxa Productions, Musée Fragonard, Photothèque du Musée de l’homme, Institut Ametller d’Art Hispànic, South African Museum, Cape Archives, Pitt Rivers Museum

Script and direction: Harmonia Carmona
Executive production: Paco Poch, Xavier Atance


Saola Kingolo


Year: 2001
Genre: Documentary
Aspect ratio: 4/3
Languages: Spanish, English
Subtitles: Spanish, English
Runtime: 54 min