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(en) France, UCL AL #318 - Culture, Cinema: Les Mutins de Pangée and chill (ca, de, it, fr, pt)[machine translation]

Date Sun, 8 Aug 2021 09:46:53 +0300

Here are three fiction films for all audiences that take hold of libertarian ideas, available on VOD or DVD. You will find them in particular on the online platform CinéMutins, created by the audiovisual and cinematographic cooperative Les Mutins de Pangée, and its excellent catalog. ---- The factory of nothing ---- Pedro Pinho, The Factory of Nothing, DVD, 177 m n , 2017. ---- One night, workers surprise management emptying their factory of its machines. To prevent the relocation of production, they decide to occupy the premises. To their astonishment, the management is disappearing, leaving the collective all the room to imagine new ways of working in a system where the crisis has become the dominant model of government. Excellent work of cinema and manufactures of all possibilities, not to be missed!

Made In Bangladesh

Rubaiyat Hossain, Made In Bangladesh, DVD, 95 m n , 2019
Shimu, 23, works in a textile factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Faced with increasingly harsh working conditions, she decides with her colleagues to set up a union, despite threats from management and her husband's disagreement. Together, they will go to the end. The film exposes a feminine condition which, undermined in a very conservative country, touches the universal.

Waterfalls Street

Maurice Delbez, Rue des Cascades, DVD, 92 m n , 1964.
Belleville, 1963. Alain, a little boy of about ten, lives alone with his mother, who runs a grocery store on rue des Cascades. The arrival of Vincent, his mother's black lover, turns his life upside down. As much out of ordinary racism as out of jealousy, the child begins by rejecting the newcomer.

By his kindness, his humor and his imagination, Vincent disarms the preconceptions of the little boy who becomes his best ally. But his playmates don't necessarily have the same opinion.

The film is an adaptation of Robert Sabatier's novel, Alain et le Nègre (1953), hailed at the time by Les Lettres Françaises as "the first anti-colonialist novel" . There are a whole bunch of other films to discover in their catalog!

Ed. (UCL Alpes-Provence)

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