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Le Trésor des poubelles

Samba Félix NDiaye
1989 Senegal, France 64 min
Fri 18
March
20h30
Centre Pompidou - Petite salle
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In Africa, small crafts survive as a form of resistance to the invasion of consumer goods. Tracing the stages of producing handicraft items out of waste materials, the film reveals the destruction of the ecosystem and celebrates the ingenuity of these craftsmen for whom recycling is a vital need.

Samba Félix NDiaye

Samba Félix Ndiaye, born in Dakar on March 6, 1945 and died in the same city on November 6, 2009, was a Senegalese documentary filmmaker who made nearly 25 films, from the beginning of his career in the mid-1970s until his death. Beyond his national fame, he is considered “the father of African documentary”. Among his films: Geti Tey (1978), Un fleuve dans la tête and Lettre à Senghor (1998), Rwanda pour mémoire (2003), Questions à la terre natale (2007).

Fri 18
March
20h30
Centre Pompidou - Petite salle
Book
Production :
Almadies Films
Cinematography :
Lev Long
Sound :
Alloune Badara Sissoko, Pape Seck
Editing :
Samba Félix NDiaye, Lev Long Dara
Print source :
gateicher@gmail.com