A pioneer in the world of independent production in Cameroon, Cyrille MASSO is one of the young African filmmakers who influenced his generation.

After his secondary and university studies, he multiplies internships and training in many institutes and film conservatories.

His time at FEMIS in Paris in 1998 marked a decisive turning point in his young career. In 1999, he created MALO PICTURES and produced numerous fiction and animation films and co- produced numerous documentary films, some of which have won brilliant awards at festivals around the world. 

FILMOGRAPHY (Malo Pictures)

2001 Au prix du verre; short documentary
2002 Au-dela de la peine; medium-length documentary
2006 Confidences; feature film
2014 Le refuge; series 26 x 26 min
2017-2018 Tini & Baba; series 26 x 26 min (2 seasons)
2019 Adu & Goni; series 26 x 26 min
2023 The Sacred Cave; feature film – animation


The Sacred Cave is a duty of remembrance, but it is also a tool for promoting and popularizing political change. It was initiated with the aim of rekindling the flame of our consciences, enriching the collective memory and calling out to each other. In addition, it will cultivate millions of young people in search of references, landmarks and models.

(…) Indeed, the virtual absence of productions in the animation genre ranks Cameroon among the least advanced countries in the field. This innovative initiative is the beginning of a solution to this deficiency. The action thus leads to an offer, both to African and international audiences, of a production that reflects the African reality in its content.