Alain Rakotoarisoa

Madagascar-France, 2016, 62′, Malagasy

Turkish Premiere

Photography: Alain Rakotoarisoa
Editing: Sophie Réthoré, Tom Cheau
Sound:Lanto Tiana Rabearison (Bemaso)
Producer: Eva Lova

Community Center, 12.10.2016 Wednesday, 13.00-15.00

Synopsis: Strongly encouraged by an environmental protection program, Rendala and his clan left their native forest in southwest of Madagascar and the rest of the Mikea community to settle a few kilometers away. Attracted by the modern world, spit tobacco and the promise of a better future, they gave up their lives led by hunting and gathering. But five years later, the record is bitter …

Biography: Multi-award winning documentary filmmaker, Alain is a sociologist. In 2008 he integrates the Ateliers Varan (Paris) and completes his self-learning in audio-visual directing. His films constantly reflects the fractures of Malagasy society with one point of view, that of the dignity of human beings.

Luxor African Film Festival, Egypt
Rencontres Cinéma Nature, France
Etats Généraux du film documentaire, France

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