3ème festival du film africain et caribéen, du 12 au 17 octobre 2004

logo FACFAvec un focus sur Haïti, à l'occasion du bicentenaire de l'indépendance avec la projection de "Bonjour la Rézoné" de Elsie Haas et Nixon Amilcar, "L'agronome" de Jonathan Demme et "Des hommes et des dieux" de Laurence Magloire...

"The Festival kicks off on 12 October with a gala opening featuring a hot favourite from the last Pan-African Festival of Film and Television (FESPACO) in Ougadougou : Madame Brouette, by the Senegalese Director, Moussa Sene Absa.  Programme highlights over the next four days include a focus on Haiti in honour of the 200th anniversary of the Haitian Revolution; a special prize giving ceremony to a director for services to Caribbean cinema; a rarely shown and recently rediscovered Nigerian art-house film, Kasarmu Ce; and celebrated St Lucian/British director, Isaac Julien, presenting a programme of his work, including the multi-screen installation, Paradise Omeros, based on Walcott’s epic poem (runner up in the Turner Prize 2003)."

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