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Engaged cinema

Publish 5 August 2018

Every year, we want you to discover documentaries that aim to (re)awaken people’s consciences. For this 6th edition, our thoughts turned to themes such as the environment, reggae culture and migrants. This will be followed by a period of discussion with stakeholders who are sensitive to these issues.

Friday: 12pm – 1:30pm “DPMJ” directed by Didier Daffy
is a succession of sporting prowess in the world of skiing, wrapped in a futuristic history of masters and lords of the universe whose aim is to raise awareness of the importance of life and the planet. The director will honour us with his presence to meet you and discuss with you.

Saturday: 11am – 12:30pm This year, we will have the chance to preview “Reggae Ambassadors 100% French Reggae” directed by Alexandre Grondeau who launched and led the adventure. Since 1998, there have been hundreds of video archives, interviews, reviews and photos made with his co-authors on the influence of French reggae. Fred Dorge aka General D of will lead the debate following the screening of the film.


Sunday: 10:45 – 12:15 “Isolated foreign minors” by Aferdite Ibrahimaj calls on these young people who arrive on French soil in the hope of being accepted there. There are currently about 18,000 of them, after a painful journey, like any migrant with the particularity of being isolated children. The screening will be followed by a meeting with the director, migrants who came to share their stories and the Bisontine association SOLidarité MIgrants Réfugiés.