TV5MONDE – Maghreb-Orient Express – Zineb Sedira, Maher Beauroy, Joumana Haddad, Tahar Houchi

Zineb Sedira, Maher Beauroy, Joumana Haddad, Tahar Houchi Algeria, France, Italy, cinema and memory. In charge of the French pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale, Zineb Sedira takes us behind the scenes of her own history in her installation “Dreams have no title”, with films that have spanned the ages. It comes out of oblivion (or rediscovers) works from the 1960s and 1970s that campaigned for postcolonial emancipation through photos, collages, sound atmospheres and even a dance floor. To discover until November 27, 2022. A musical bridge between Martinique and Algeria. Maher Beauroy was inspired by the anticolonial figure, the essayist, resistance fighter and psychiatrist Frantz Fanon (born West Indian and died Algerian 1925-1961), to compose the album “Insula”. In his clip, “Ki Moun Ou Yé”, the text read is an extract from “L’An V de la Révolution Algérienne”, by Frantz Fanon. Published in 1959, this book describes from the inside the changes in Algerian society which is fighting for its freedom. The Geneva International Oriental Film Festival (FIFOG) runs until June 19, 2022. The program for this 17th edition is dedicated to women’s freedom and honors the most popular Maghreb and Middle Eastern cinemas. creative. Joumana Haddad and Tahar Houchi are our guests to talk about it. Among the finds of the 2022 vintage: “Fatale Orientale” (Holy Fatma), “Roadblock” (Dahlia Nemlich), “Tuk Tuk” (Mohamed Kheidr), “One of us two left the photo” (the Malas brothers) … # Slimane’s eye: the Notre-Dame d’Afrique basilica in Algiers. #Atmosphere with the cultural favorites of the guests. Guests: Zineb Sedira, visual artist, in charge of the French pavilion at the Venice Biennale; Maher Beauroy, pianist, author and composer; Joumana Haddad, Honorary President of FIFOG (from Geneva); Tahar Houchi, artistic director of FIFOG (from Geneva): Slimane Zeghidour, TV5MONDE editorial writer. Presented by: Mohamed Kaci.

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