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Sotigui Kouyaté

HOMAGE to SOTIGUI KOUYATÉ

The Burkina Faso native comedian and actor Sotigui Kouyaté (July 19, 1936 – April 17, 2010) was given homage at FESPACO 2011 for his contribution to film. He was the father of Burkina Faso film director Dani Kouyaté. In 1966 Sotigui had founded a theater company with 25 people. He also wrote plays, his first being The Crocodile’s Lament. He appeared in over a dozen films, his last role being in the film 'Lon

AITP open air films in Amsterdam!

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It is that time again! We are back throughout Amsterdam in the parks and squares with our FREE open air screenings: from August 28 till September 11, 2010On August 28 and September 5 we screen London River: a film about the unexpected meeting between the British Elisabeth (Brenda Blethyn) and the African Ousmane (Sotigui Kouyate), both looking for their children after the bloody bombings in the London Underground in 2005. Sotigui Kouyate was awarded the Silver Bear at the Berlinale for best acto...

South American Surge At Berlinale Awards

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THE MILK OF SORROW  The cinema of South America made a considerable noise at the closing ceremonies of the 59th Berlin International Film Festival, winning most of the top prizes. In a year that saw weak entries from Europe and the United States, the glory migrated south of the border. THE MILK OF SORROW (La Teta Asustada) by Peruvian director Claudia Llosa won the evening’s top honor, the Berlinale Golden Bear. The film is a personal story that recalls the dark period of the 1980...

South American surge at Berlinale Awards

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The cinema of South America made a considerable noise at the closing ceremonies of the 59th Berlin International Film Festival, winning most of the top prizes. In a year that saw weak entries from Europe and the United States, the glory migrated south of the border.THE MILK OF SORROW (La Teta Asustada) by Peruvian director Claudia Llosa won the evening’s top honor, the Berlinale Golden Bear. The film is a personal story that recalls the dark period of the 1980s and 1990s, when tens of thousand...

Berlinale 2009: First Competition Films

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The first titles for the Competition programme of the 59th Berlin International Film Festival have been confirmed. They include films from Algeria, China, Greece, Great Britain, Sweden, the USA, and Germany. This means that in addition to the opening film, the world premiere of Tom Tykwer’s The International (which is screening out of competition, as announced in the press release on Nov. 28, 2008), another ten films have been selected, four of which will be celebrating their world premieres a...

Visions of slavery in film at FIFET

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9e International Festival of Film Against Exclusion and for ToléranceDecember 5 – 13 2008UNESCO: 7 place de Fontenoy, Paris 7For its 9th edition, FIFET is presenting feature films on slavery in partnership with UNESCO's Slave Route project and Slave Memory Comitee (Comité pour la mémoire de l’esclavage).World is characterized by diversity, with everyone's history and memory being part of a shared heritage. This retrospective promotes and highlights an important side of this common histo...
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