Blacks in France

  • Category: Ciné-débat
  • Dates : March 27, 2024
  • Opening hours: 7pm to 9pm
  • Location: Montpellier - Richter Campus - Maison des étudiants Aimé Schoenig

Documentary film by Aurélia Perreau and Alain Mabanckou (2022), running time: 1h43.

In the presence of Kathy Laurent Pourcel, professional dancer interviewed in the documentary.

What do French blacks have in common? Not much, apart from their skin color and the racism they suffer. For the first time, the documentary Noirs en France (Blacks in France) gives a voice to black French people of all ages and backgrounds, known or unknown to the general public. Narrated by writer Alain Mabanckou, the documentary recounts their stories of prejudice and stereotypes, but also of hope and pride. These Blacks in France are building a history in constant transformation.
With the participation of Yannick Noah, Maïly Koudou, Maboula Soumahoro, Soprano, Ibrahima Bouillaud, Jean-Pascal Zadi, Pap Ndiaye, Kathy Laurent Pourcel, Karine Baste, Didier Vieillot, Laetitia Helouet...

Open to the general public.
Limited number of places: registration required

More info and contact:
See the trailer
Tel: 04 34 43 24 11

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