AFRICAN WOMEN IN CINEMA BLOG: FestIC 2018

AFRICAN WOMEN IN CINEMA BLOG: FestIC 2018 - Festival des Identités Culturelles (...:

DOCUMENTAIRE | DOCUMENTARY
Okuta, la pierre by/d’Ayéman Aymar Esse, 52’, Bénin, 2015
Douvan jou ka leve (Le jour se lèvera) by/de Gessica Geneus, 52’, Haïti, France, 2017
Iya Tunde, la mère est revenue by/de Laure Malecot, 52’, Sénégal, 2016
Mada underground by/de Denis Sneguirev et Philippe Chevallier, 55’, Madagascar, 2016
Le langage des perles by/d’Arsène Pandi, 12’, Togo, 2017
Gade ! by/de Hermane Desorme, 57’, Haiti, 2017
Les gracieuses by/de Fatima Sissani, 79’, France, 2014   
Le rythme à la canne : un héritage royal by/de Natacha Hounvo, 26’, Bénin, 2017
Talaatay Nder (Le mardi de Nder) by/de Chantal Durpoix, 20’, Sénégal, Brésil, 2016
Under the bell by/de Bart Lambert Oubda, 9’, Burkina Faso, 2015
La promesse du biram by/d’Allamine Kader, 68’, Tchad, 2016
Dance for change by/de Cécile Thery, 63’, Burkina Faso, 2017
Au fantôme du père by/de Marie Laurentine Bayala, 52’, Burkina Faso, 2017
Poissons d'or, poissons africains by/de Thomas Grant et Moussa Diop, 52’, Sénégal, 2018
FICTION
Le Jardin d’essai by/de Dania Reymond, 43’, Algérie, 2016
N’Zueba by/d’Ursula Koffi, 15’, Côte d’Ivoire, 2018
Toi et moi by/de Steve Kamdeu, 13’, Cameroun, 2017
Héritage by/de Fatoumata Tioye Coulibaly, 15’, Mali, 2017
Tikitat-A-Soulima by/d’Ayoub Layoussifi, 29’, Maroc/France, 2016
Ngouhtepong by/de Vincent Foudoudji, 85’Cameroun, 2017  

Goals
- Increase people's knowledge of the cultural values ​​and expressions of minority communities,
- Promote intercultural dialogue between communities,
- Promote the orality and the oratory arts of communities through the image,
- Entertain and show quality African films to the general public.
The CNA enables rural populations to discover the culture of other
communities through film. It is therefore a rightful giving-back to
enable urban dwellers to discover communities with their cultural and
artistic riches, some of which are disappearing, overtaken by the effect
of globalization and the world society.
By presenting to the public the cultures of different societies
through the films presented, CNA participates in bringing communities
together and inspires people to show their own cultural values.

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