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36e 18 - 27.03.2022

La Noire de...

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Diouana, a young Senegalese nanny, goes along with her French employers to their fair city of Antibes. The pleasure of discovering this new world quickly turns to disappointment, not to say depression: loneliness, disrespect from her employers, prevailing racism, incessant household duties... Black Girl (La Noire de…), Prix Jean Vigo 1966, is the very first feature film directed by a filmmaker from Sub-Saharan Africa.

  • Fiction
  • SEN
  • 1966 | 65 min. | Black and white
  • Language : French
  • Subtitles : Deutsch
Cast & Crew
Screenplay
Ousmane Sembène
Cinematography
Christian Lacoste
Editing
André Gaudier
Cast
Robert Fontaine
Ibrahima Boy
Momar Nar Sene
Anne-Marie Jelinek
Mbissine Thérèse Diop
Producer
André Zwoboda
Production Company
, Filmi Domirev
Print Contact
Trigon-Film
Christine Brönnimann
film@trigon-film.org
Ousmane Sembène
Senegal, 1923 - 2007
Filmobiography
1963
L’empire sonhrai (documentary short)
1963
Borom Sarret (short)
1968
Mandabi
1971
Emitaï
1975
Xala
1977
Ceddo
1988
Camp de Thiaroye
1992
Guelwaar
2001
Faat Kiné
2004
Moolaadé
 

Conception: By the way studio - Développement: Agence MiNT

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