23 MAY — 02 JUNE 2024

23 MAY — 02 JUNE 2024

And the Dogs Were Quiet

Sarah Maldoror, Bernard Favre, Vincent Blanchet

France
1978, 13'

Theater play whose narrative focuses on a rebellion of a man against the enslavement of his people, filmed inside the Musée de l’Homme, in Paris. With performances by Gabriel Glissant and Sarah Maldoror.

Retrospective

INFO

ORIGINAL TITLE
Et les chiens se taiseient
LANGUAGE
French
PHOTOGRAPHY
Daniel Cavillon, Maurice Perimont, Vincent Blanchet
SOUND
Henri Roux
EDITING
Bernard Favre, Simoen Jousse
PRODUCTION
Films d’Homme, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

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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