Be it actresses, directors, authors, producers, women in the shadows… This first festival organized by the association Arte Mare, which is fully in line with the initiative of the community of the agglomeration of Bastia, has only one goal: to highlight the shopping center!
Space for reflection and meetings with Julie Gayet, Camille de Casabianca, Joana Hadjithomas, Marie-Jeanne Tomasi, Monia Chokri, Julie Allione… CI N’HÈ DONNE!
Read more here: http://cinedonne.corsica/
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6
18:00 Galerie Noir et Blanc Installation by Marie-Jeanne Tomasi and “Collective exhibition, works by island artists: Jeannine Battesti, Simone Agnello, Ariane Zhurke, ERKA.
21:00 at Le Studio “L’Heure du Départ” cinema by Camille de Casabianca.
“How do those who may die tomorrow live? In Corsica, then in Spain, Camille visits Louis and then Rosa. These images, created by Raymond Depardon and Patrick Blossier, represent his approach. In playful proximity, alone with the camera, she begins to shoot Germaine … “
THURSDAY, APRIL 7
9:30 am at Le Régent cinema – Short films with ALLINDI
14:00 at Alb’oru “Aquarium” by Andrea Arnold
Miyu, 15, a troubled teenager, has been kicked out of high school and is shunned by her friends. One summer day, her mother comes home with a stranger, Connor, who promises to make them happy…
16:00 in Alb’oru Roundtable chaired by Julie Gayet “Women’s Fund”
preceded by the documentary “Genre Quoi: The Corsican Woman” by Julie Allione.
We are going to talk here about what is unique about being born and raised as a woman in Corsica. Is there a colomba in each of us?
18:30 at Alboru “X-ray of the family” by Firuze Khosrovani
The daughter of a secular father and a devout mother tells how they get along under the same roof. Through photographs and fictional conversations, we learn how the family changed during the years of the revolution in Iran. Using his own childhood as the center of the story, the author makes us witness a power struggle between mother and father. During the revolution, their modern apartment? adorned with bold art from the father? gradually turns into a dull and empty space in the hands of a religious mother. Like a diorama, the family home reflects the political events of the time. The family history becomes a central metaphor, depicting the intriguing enigma that makes up modern Iranian identity.
Preceded by the film treatise “Zitelle in Zerga” by Isabelle Catalan, Dorothea Sebbach and Zitelle in zerga.
Today in Corsica, young girls who are victims of sexual violence refuse to remain silent. They create a movement: Zitelle in zerga.
21:00 at L’Alb’oru “Filmmakers” Mathieu Busson and Julie Gayet.
Is it harder for a woman to achieve? To find funding? To be respected by his team? Does he have a different look? Does the movie have a genre? These are terribly timely questions we asked 20 female directors and then 20 directors in France through two documentaries. But we have long been burning with the desire to expand our boundaries, to ask women filmmakers around the world. It’s done today, and from Asia to Africa through Europe, everyone we met played the game in front of our camera. Everyone is fun, sincere, involved, involved, everyone is looking for the best ways to exist in an environment that has always been ruled by men. All filmmakers and living witnesses to the dysfunctions still prevalent in the film industry.
FRIDAY, APRIL 8
9:30 at L’Alb’oru – Short films with ALLINDI
14:00 at L’Alb’oru Animated film “My Afghan Family” by Mikaela Pavlatova.
It can also be seen on Saturday 9 April at 19:00 at the Le Studio cinema.
Kabul, Afghanistan. Gerra is a young woman of Czech origin who, for the sake of love, decides to give up everything to follow the one who will become her husband, Nazir. She then becomes a witness and participant in the turmoil that her new Afghan family experiences on a daily basis. Through the gaze of a European woman, against the background of cultural and intergenerational differences, she simultaneously sees her daily life, shocked by the appearance of Maad, an unusual orphan who will become her son…
16:00 at L’Alb’oru Roundtable “Women and Cinema” by Collectif 50/50
preceded by Julie Allione’s documentary Genre Quoi: We Don’t Mix.
What’s funny, everyone gets offended when you ask about the lack of diversity in Corsican society, and then gradually realize that around us it often seems natural to see girls on one side and boys on the other.
17:00 at L’Alb’oru – Dedication to “21 women who make Corsica” Pierre Castellani and Dominique Pietri
18:30 at L’Alb’oru “The Box of Memory” by Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Yoreiga
It can also be seen on Saturday, April 9 at 16:00 at the cinema Le Régent.
Montreal, Noel, Alex and his mother Maya receive a package from Beirut. It contains notebooks, photographs, evidence of the civil war, sent to the last friend who was exiled to Paris. Alex is going to find out this past you’ve been doing with your mother for so long.
21:00 at L’Alb’oru “The Nanny” by Monia Chokri.
After a sexist joke that goes viral, Cedric, a young father, is suspended by his employer.
To redeem himself, he goes with the help of his brother Jean-Michel to question the foundations of his misogyny by writing a book. For his part, his depressed wife Nadine decides to shorten her maternity leave.
The appearance in their lives of a nanny with a mischievous and bewitching charm will turn their lives upside down.
SUNDAY 10 APRIL
18:00 at the cinema Le Régent “Shadows without Sun” by Mehrad Osquay.
At the detention center, teenage girls surrender to Mehrdad Osquay’s cell. He manages to forge a close bond with the prisoners, over which he observes frank conversations and playful exchanges. They reveal their innermost thoughts, feelings and doubts. It gradually becomes clear that outside the prison, this closed and all-female environment is a refuge that protects them from a male-dominated society.