After obtaining their Secondary School diplomas, some young people plan to continue their education but are not sure which area to choose.
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Ten year old Bila and his cousin Nopoko live happily in their Sahelian village. Bila is taken with an elderly woman, Sana, whom he calls «Yaaba», although the rest of the village treats her as a witch. One day, Nopoko falls ill with tetanus; her condition worsens. Nobody in the village, not even the healer, can help her – except, perhaps, Sana.
1.5 million Syrians have had to flee to Lebanon. Their only hope for a lasting solution is to participate in a resettlement program. Two families are on the verge of departure for Germany. But as they take the final step, fate intervenes. One of the two families will not leave in the end.
In this road-movie there is a melancholic, light, late-season climate. One breathes there at ease. TELERAMA, Isabelle Fajardo
A thin layer between fiction and reality, troubling and engaging… OBJECTIF-CINEMA, Claudia Collao
Douleur d’amour by Matthias Kälin and Pierre-Alain Meier, 59 min – color a coproduction Prince Film (ex – Amidon Paterson Film), Jürg Müller Film Sao Paulo TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE MOVIE Original version, with french subtitles
More than honey by Markus Imhoof a coproduction Thelma Film (CH) – Allegro Films (A) – zero one film (D) – Omenis Film (CH) – SRF/SRG – BR, 92 min. TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE FILM French post-synchronized version German post-synchronized version German original version, French subtitles German original version, German subtitles English […]
Hyenas – restored version of Djibril Diop Mambéty, 110 min – color a coproduction Thelma Film (CH) – ADR Productions TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE FILM Original version, french subtitles Original version, german subtitles Original version, english subtitles
Let’s talk, Grandmother – restored version by Djibril Diop Mambéty, 34 min – color a production Thelma Film (CH) TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE FILM Original version, french subtitle Original version, english subtitle
In Burkina Faso, desertification is stealing land and emigration is emptying the villages. The women remaining in Kamsé devote themselves to building dikes and replanting trees to fertilize the area. They resist, refuse to give up land to the desert, and hope for the return of those who have emigrated, while jihadism rises like a new threat.