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$75,000

North American Premiere

$75,000

Moïse Togo

France | 2020 | 14 min
Bambara |
Subtitles: French
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In sub-Saharan Africa, albinos are victims of discrimination, mutilation and ritual crimes. In $75,000, the director sensitively explores this social phenomenon by combining animation and anonymous testimonies.
Overview of some festivals:
Prize for the experimental work of the Scam, France (2021)
International Short Film Festival of Clermont-Ferrand, France (2021)
FIPADOC International Documentary Film Festival, France (2021)
International Documentary Film Festival of Saint-Louis, Senegal (2021)
Film School Fest Munich, Germany (2021)
Director Moïse Togo
Editing Léo Guillaume
Camera Félix Moy
Voice Moufouli Bello, Seydou Cissé
Sound Médéric Corroyer
Sound mixing Rémi Mencucci
Animation Moïse Togo

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Moïse Togo

Moïse Togo

Graduate of the conservatory of Bamako (Mali) and the Fresnoy-Studio national des arts contemporains (France), passionate about art, Moïse Togo began his university studies in legal and political sciences in 2010. Then, his artistic ambitions brought him to the conservatory of Bamako and then to Fresnoy through the Bakary Diallo prize. His work questions the evolution of African belief in a modern world, the new technology and the social conditions of being. In 2020, he won the grand prize of the Dakar short jury with his film Gwacoulou. The plasticity of his work varies from one production to another, his approach passing through experimentation in order to create other cinematographic writing. Currently, he lives and works between France and Mali.

Biographical notes provided by the film production team
Gwacoulou (2019)

In the same session

Centre Canadien d’Architecture

Sunday, march 20, 2022, 03:00 p.m.

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