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3eme Festival International de Films de la Diaspora Africaine

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Mission de FIFDA: Ouvrir la réflexion sur le vécu des personnes d'Afrique et d'origine africaine partout dans le monde et bâtir un pont avec une production audiovisuelle riche et variée pour enrichir le dialogue des cultures.

Paris | France | 06|09|2013 au 08|09|2013
www.fifda.fr


3eme Festival International de Films de la Diaspora Africaine
Le Cinema Etoile Lilas
Place du Maquis du Vercors, 75020 Paris, France
www.etoile-cinemas.com

SALLE ETOILE LILAS PLEIN TARIF: 8.00 € ETUDIANTS - DE 18 ANS: 5.50 € SALLE LE BRADY PLEIN TARIF: 8.00 € MOINS DE 12 ANS: 6.50 € SALLE LE COMPTOIR GENERAL GRATUIT!

La diaspora africaine est un concept fédérateur qui permet de créer des liens entre personnes issues de l'Afrique et de sa diaspora, menant ainsi à une meilleure connaissance et compréhension des similarités et différences qui existent à travers des croisements de cultures, langues et nationalités.


L'Association Festival des Films de la Diaspora Africaine (FIFDA) a été établie à Paris en 2009 comme association de la loi de 1901. Elle a pour mission de présenter au plus grand nombre des films issus de l'Afrique et de sa diaspora et de renforcer le rôle des réalisateurs africains et d'origine africaine dans le cinéma mondial contemporain.


FIFDA présente un cinéma inédit et souvent négligé qui met de l'avant le regard des personnes africaines et de la diaspora africaine sur la société.


Après deux années de succès et un ciné-club inauguré en janvier 2013, le FIFDA revient pour sa troisième édition avec de nouveaux films qui représentent la richesse et la diversité de l'Afrique et de sa diaspora.


Friday September 6, 2013 @ 8pm
OPENING NIGHT
BEHIND CLOSED DOORS
European Premiere
Q&A with the directors after the screening
BEHIND CLOSED DOORS (DERRIERE LES PORTES FERMEES)
Samira is a pretty young woman, a bank employee who is happily married. A new director in her bank begins causing havoc in her married life by sexually harassing her. When she refuses his advances, the director reacts with vicious threats, making her life living hell. Samira finally decides she's had enough and conceives a smart plan to unmask him.
Directed by Mohamed Bensaouda, 2012, 100 min, Drama, French and Moroccan Arabic with English Subtitles

shown with
MON ENFANT (MY CHILD)
A provocative portrait that aims to reverse the stereotype of the traditional and subjugated Arab mother who devotes herself, body and soul, to her children, who are often ungrateful.
Directed by Meriem Amari, 2012, 6 min, Algeria/France


Saturday, September 7, 2013 @ 1pm
JACQUES ROMAIN, PASSION FOR A COUNTRY (JACQUES ROUMAIN, PASSION POUR UN PAYS)
This exploration of Haitian society of the late 19th and early 20th centuries focuses on the tormented life of one of Haiti's most important authors and prominent political figures, Jacques Roumain. In his perceptive writings, Roumain raised questions about the issues facing Haiti that remain relevant today. Some of Jacques Roumain's best writings were translated by the legendary African-American poet Langston Hughes. The question is raised: what legacy has Jacques Roumain left for the future of Haitian youth.
Directed by Arnold Antonin, 2008, 111 min, Haiti, Historical Documentary, Creole/French


Saturday, September 7, 2013 @ 3:30pm
GOLDEN SCARS
France Premiere
Golden Scars presents an intimate portrait of the realities facing young musicians in Cuba, offering an exclusive look into the unique stories of two young rappers born in Santiago de Cuba. They are neither blood brothers, nor the best friends in the world. What they have in common is a passion for an expressive urban culture that gives voice to their most powerful impulses. Golden Scars immerses us in the embodied rhythms animating these artists.
Directed by Alexandrine Boudreaut-Fournier, 2010, 62 min, Cuba/Canada, Documentary, Spanish


Saturday, September 7, 2013 @ 5:00pm
LEGENDS OF MADASCAR (LEGENDES DE MADAGASCAR)
France Premiere
Haminiaina Ratovoarivony writes, directs and edits a spirited road trip story full of nationalist uplift. A thief on the run, a sociology student, an underground reggae DJ and an Indo-Pakistani runaway pack into a Mini-Cooper with an image of Che Guevera painted on the hood. From the capital they drive along a raging orange-colored river to the wild coast, encountering corrupt soldiers and a Japanese geologist preaching the gospel. This entertaining 2012 indie boasts curious scenery and social commentary.
Directed by Haminiaina Ratovoarivony, 2012, 93 min, Madascar, Adventure/Comedy/Drama, Malagasy




Saturday, September 7, 2013 @ 7:15pm
TANGO MACBETH
European Premiere
Tango MacBeth offers a multicultural, multigenerational vision and presentation of the Shakespeare play. This provocative version of Macbeth unfolds like a Möbius strip. Moving back and forth, the drama of the play intertwines with the drama of making the film. The film offers an original and imaginative way of bringing a classic to contemporary times.
Directed by Nadine M. Patterson, 2012, 73 min, USA, Drama-Documentary, English


Saturday, September 7, 2013 @ 9:30pm
LOVE, SEX AND EATING THE BONES
A sexy urban comedy about how a guy who is addicted to watching pornography discovers love is stronger than fantasy when he meets and falls in love with the girl of his dreams.
Directed by Sudz Sutherland, 2004, 100 min, Canada, Comedy, English


Sunday, September 8, 2013 @ 2:00pm
ALUKU LIBA: MAROON AGAIN
European Premiere
Loeti has spent years away from his village in French Guiana, working in extreme conditions. When the army cracks down on illegal gold mining in the Amazon forest, he is forced to flee and must use the skills he learned as a child to survive in the forest. His only hope is to find his way home to his people and reclaim his Maroon past and culture.
Directed by Nicolas Jolliet, 2009, 90 min, Canada/French Guiana/Suriname, Documentary/Drama



Sunday, September 8, 2013 @ 4:00pm
SHORT FILM PROGRAM
Q&A with two of the directors after the screenings

HUMAN BEHAVIOR (LE COMPORTEMENT HUMAIN)
In 1993, death squads opened fire on a group of sleeping street children camped on the steps of a cathedral in Rio de Janeiro's central financial district, killing six. This event, later called the Candelaria massacre, is vividly depicted in this short film about the plight of street children in Brazil.
Directed by Flavio Leandro, 1995, 12 min, Brazil, Short/Drama, Silent

BUMP
European Premiere
A man wakes up with an unknown woman in unknown surroundings. He struggles to put the pieces together of the night before, trying to figure out how he met her and who he wants to be.
Directed by Rodney Lee, 2011, 20 min, Drama/Short, USA, English


OPEN HEART (A COEUR OUVERT)
World Premiere
Aissa and George, mixed couple, face the realities of their immediate social environment. Martha, George's mother, has difficulty accepting this relationship and tries by all means to discourage it. Due to a strained relationship with Martha, Aissa seeks refuge with George's father, Albert. Against all odds, one event will change their destinies.
Directed by Ayekoro Kossou, 2013, 15 min, Short/Drama, France, French

UNE COULEUR DE VIE (COLORS OF LIFE)
Even with his degrees, Bobéro struggles to find work in France. Guardian, an old retired friend, encourages Bobero to return to his native country to contribute to its development rather than to live in poverty in France, where nothing seems to smile. Between tradition and religion, between faith and reason, between administrative requirements and emotional stress, the young man wonders if he should follow the advice by his elder: Return to his native land … to find the wisdom of the ancestors … to no longer be a stranger … not to become a stranger in his own country … to do his duty … ?
Directed by Hurel Regis Beninga, 2013, 32 min, Short/Drama, France, French


Sunday, September 8, 2013 @ 6:30pm
AFRICAN FILMMAKERS IN EXILE (IMAGINAIRE EN EXIL)
Q&A with the Director after the screening
Newton Aduaka, John Akomfrah, Haile Gerima, Dani Kouyaté and Jean Odoutan: five major African filmmakers in ‘exile'. This documentary follows their personal and artistic paths from Paris to Washington, from Ouagadougou to London, via Uppsala. Their everyday lives echo with sequences of their films. Through the gazes of these filmmakers, in search of equilibrium between different cultures, masks fall and myths are smashed!
Directed by Daniela Ricci, 2013, 53 min, France, Documentary


Sunday, September 8, 2013 @ 8:30pm
SISTERS IN CINEMA
Closing Night Film
European Premiere
Q&A with the Director after the screening
Filmmaker Yvonne Welbon examines the phenomenon of Black female directors in American cinema revealing a rich, if sporadic, history. Fascinating, poignant interviews with new and established filmmakers such as: Neema Barnette, Julie Dash, Maya Angelou, Kasi Lemmons and Euzhan Palcy.
Directed by Yvonne Welbon, 2003, 62 min, USA, English

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Vendredi 6 septembre

SALLE ETOILE LILAS
20h : Film d'Ouverture - Derrière Les Portes Fermées de Mohammed Ahed Bensouda (Maroc)
Présenté avec Mon Enfant de Meriem Amari (Algérie)
DÉBAT en présence des réalisateurs après les projections



Samedi 7 septembre

SALLE LE BRADY
13h : Jacques Roumain, Passion Pour un Pays de Arnold Antonin (Haïti)
15h30 : Golden Scars de Alexandrine Boudreaut-Fournier (Cuba)
17h : Légendes de Madagascar de Haminiaina Ratovoarivony (Madagascar)
19h15 : Tango Macbeth de Nadine Peterson (USA) - DÉBAT en présence de la réalisatrice
21h30: Love, Sex and Eating the Bones de Sudz Sutherland (Canada)



Dimanche 8 septembre

SALLE LE BRADY
14h : Aluku Liba : Maroon Again de Nicolas Jolliet (Guyane française)
16h : Programme de courts métrages (Brésil, USA, France) - DÉBAT en présence de deux des réalisateurs

SALLE LE COMPTOIR GENERAL
18h30 : Imaginaire en Exil de Daniela Ricci (Italie) - Débat en présence de la réalisatrice
20h30 : Film de Cloture - Sisters in Cinema de Yvonne Welbon (USA)
DÉBAT en présence de la réalisatrice
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