DOK.fest goes Afrikanische Filmtage
Under the motto "Bonds", the 12th African Film Days from 20-22 October 2022 will present a selection of current feature films and documentaries from African countries dedicated to the significance and power of the most diverse bonds.
Admission: 7,00 euros, reduced 5,00 euros
Venue: Gasteig HP8, cinema hall "Projektor" in Hall E (Hans-Preißinger-Straße 8, 81379 Munich)
12-year-old Houlaye lives in the village of Tatiste in Azawagh in the north-west of Niger - a once fertile but now desert region due to climate change. In the dry season, the villagers walk several kilometres a day to collect water from wells that have also fallen victim to climate change and are increasingly drying up. The people in Tatiste literally walk on water, because there is a spring 200 metres below the earth's surface. Will Houlaye's aunt Souri succeed in convincing an NGO to build a well that will fundamentally change the lives of the people of this remote place? (African Film Days Munich)
English/Original Title: MARCHER SUR L’EAU. Writer: Aïssa Maïga, Ariane Kirtley. Camera: Rousslan Dion. Sound: Matthieu Mangematin. Editing: Linda Attab, Isabelle Devinck. Music: Uèle Lamore. Production: Echo Studio, Bonne Pioche Cinema. Producer: Yves Darondeau, Emmanuel Priou. Length: 90 min. International Sales: Orange Studio