17 June 2017

Mon curé est congolais (My Priest is Congolese)

Barthélémy Bini is priest of a dozen parishes in Haute-Vienne, and he’s from Congo. Armed with a lot of humour, he answers to his believers, who do not know about the DRC, that he’s a priest from the Down Right Corner! His […]
16 June 2017
Retour au cahier, le cri d’Aimé Césaire

Retour au cahier, le cri d’Aimé Césaire (Notebook of a Return…)

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Aimé Césaire, this movie offers to tell the genesis of his hard-hitting book “Notebook of a Return to the Native Land”. A poetic scream which laid foundations to black consciousness while denouncing colonialism, racism and voluntary […]
15 June 2017

Noirs et Blancs en couleurs (Black and White in Colours)

France has been a de facto multicultural society for a long time. Still, why are there so few black actors and directors in French Cinema? From the borders of the hexagon, to the US, to Overseas territories, let’s meet with directors, actors […]
14 June 2017

Ça tourne en Outre Mer (They’re rolling Overseas)

For many years, Overseas Cinema has revisited themes linked to its own history (colonisation, slavery) with some huge success, like Euzhan Palçi’s “Rue Cases-Nègres” or Nèg Marrons and Jean-Claude Barny’s “Tropiques Amers”. With a new generation of directors coming around in the […]