Retrospective-Tribute to the filmmaker
Oumarou Ganda in partnership
with the Cinémathèque québécoise
and Vues d’Afrique

DAY 1: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2023

Free admission

From 6:00 PM – Cinémathèque québécoise

6:00 PM – Opening of the doors – Welcome of the partners and the public
6:20 PM – Opening speech
6:30 PM – Beginning of the session 

1- C’était il y a quatre ans – Paulin Soumanou Vieyra (9min)

2- Afrique sur Seine – Paulin Soumanou Vieyra (21 min)

3- Borrom Sarret – Ousmane Sembène (19 min)

4- Moi, un Noir – Jean Rouch (70 min)

The screening will be followed by a master class in the presence of Gérard Le Chêne, president of the Vues d’Afrique festival, led by Daouda Coulibaly, doctoral candidate in film studies at Université de Laval and coordinator of the FIFEQ-QC.

DAY 2: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2023

Free admission

From 1:00 PM – Cinémathèque québécoise

1:00 PM – Opening of the doors – Welcome of the partners and the public
1:20 PM – Opening speeches
1:30 PM – Start of session 1

1-  Les statues meurent aussi – Alain Resnais et Chris Marker (30 min) 

2- Cabascabo – Oumarou Ganda (49 min)

10 MINUTE BREAK
3:00 PM – Début de la séance 2

L’Exilé – Oumarou Ganda (78 min)

La projection sera suivie d’un panel de discussion en mode hybride modéré par Françoise Naudillon, professeure en études française de l’Université Concordia, en présence de grand.e.s spécialistes des cinémas et de la littérature d’Afrique de l’Ouest postcoloniale :

 

Guests present at a distance : 

Alexie Tcheuyap, professor in the French department at the University of Toronto, specialist in African cinema

Rahmatou Keita, Nigerian journalist and director 

Youssoufa Halidou Harouna, PhD in Film Studies, President of the Nigerian Association of Film Clubs and Critics (ANCCCC) and General Delegate of Toukountchi Film Festival of Niger

 

Guest speakers in person: 

Erika Nimis, associate professor in the Department of Art History and teaching professor in the Department of History at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQÀM)

Isaac Bazié, professor, Department of Literary Studies, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQÀM)