Location: Redstone Theater
Dir. Marie Voignier. France. 2017, 82 mins. DCP. In French with English subtitles. Employing everything from re-enactments and interviews to sensuous photography, Marie Voignier immerses us into a tropical forest in Cameroon once coveted by both German and French colonial powers, where sorcerers perform votive rituals, lumberjacks work with chainsaws and trucks, and a mysterious enshrouded graveyard awaits. Screened at FIDMarseille. U.S. premiere.
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