23 MAY — 02 JUNE 2024

23 MAY — 02 JUNE 2024

Aimé Césaire, Un homme une terre

Sarah Maldoror

France
Documentary, 1976, 57'

Aimé Césaire was a surrealist, essayist, activist and one of the founders of the négritude movement, a progressive artistic and political current that defended black culture, strongly tied to marxist and anti-colonial ideals.

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INFO

PREMIERE TYPE
National
ORIGINAL TITLE
Aimé Césaire, Un homme une terre
LANGUAGE
French
PHOTOGRAPHY
Maurice Perrimond
SOUND
Jean-Claude Brisson
EDITING
Françoise Belloux
PRODUCER
Jean-Claude Guidicelli
PRODUCTION
INA - Institut National de l'Audiovisuel, CNRS Images/Média FEMIS-CICT

BIO

After studying theatre and creating the first Black troupe in Paris, Les Griots, Sarah Maldoror studied cinema in Moscow. Her sharp body of work, which consists of 46 films, is the reflection of a bold warrior who is curious, generous, irreverent and who looks out for others, taking poetics beyond every boundary. An outspoken rebel and a resolute humanist, Sarah Maldoror celebrated the engagement of the artist and art as an act of freedom.

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