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Cinéma et Fête de la musique
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Cinema and Music Day

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Music is also celebrated in cinema. There’s something for everyone, in every genre.

Portraits of musical "greats", each in their own field, Django Reinhardt, Maria Callas, Alexandre Tharautd, short films that seek out new talents, and finally excellent "Music and Cinema" titles including Eden by Mia Hansen-Love on the 1990s French Touch, We Did it on a Song (“Chante ton bac d’abord”), a magical musical documentary, and Brooklyn, a fictional tale of a young singer struggling to find her place.

The Cinémathèque Afrique, after the tango, takes an interest in the history of the rumba, and also offers a lovely "lively and musical" portrait of young Ivorians in the 1960s.

 

Brooklyn by Pascal Tussaud (2014)

Chante ton bac d’abord by David André (2013)

Eden by Mia Hansen-Love (2014)

 

PORTRAITS

Django Reinhardt by Paul Paviot (1957)

Alexandre Tharaud, le temps dérobé by Raphaelle Aellig Régnier (2013)

Maria, Callas by Lyia Terki (2013)

 

SHORT FILMS

Mahragan by Omar Al Shami (2012)

Modulations by Delphine Abomigliano (2013)

Wipe out by Amine Berrada (2013)

 

YOUNG AUDIENCE

Dip N’Dance by Hugo Cierzniak (2013)                                                     

 

CINÉMATHÈQUE AFRIQUE

Aya de Yopougon by Marguerite Abouet (2010)

Sur les chemins de la rumba by David Pierre Fila (2015)

 

AUTRES FILMS

À coup de couteau denté de Clément Decaudin (2013)

Je sens le beat qui monte en moi de Yann Le Quellec (2012)

Scratch Music – Naissance d’un art de Denis Ramos, Jérôme Decol (2012)

Les Fils du vent de Bruno Le Jean (2012)

Tango Negro les racines africaines du tango de Dom Pedro (2013)