Saturday , April 1 2023

Carthage Center: Senegal's political history has appeared in two documentaries


The Days of Carthage Films (Jcc) – the echo of the two Senegal documentary films about the memoirs and politics in short films "Secret" and "Silence".

During the last 26 minutes, the first two versions of the documentary were screened at ABC in Tunisia on Wednesday.

A part of Senegal's political history is that former Senegalese Prime Minister Mamadou Diana will be deported from the prison in Keiji, a southeastern southeast of Senegal.

The main picture of the film shows a space with a waterfall and a yellow dropper falling under age. Schedule days are always shown: Wednesday – Sundays and Holidays.

Ten years have passed since Mamed Diaz, who appeared in the film in December 1962, after serving a life sentence in connection with political events in Senegal.

This year, the political crisis was largely opposed by President Leopold Cedar Senor, Senegal's father of independence, the end of the two-party parliamentary regime and the start of the presidential regime.

"If Leopold Sédar Senghor of December 1962 did not have selfish ambition, we can avoid all that is happening today. I can not forget about it, I can not forgive, "says the ex-President of the Council after his release.

At present, a man who is serving a new sentence with a full knowledge of this case proving the current destiny of Senegal is imprisoned.

The Ibadima Gadjigo entrance and exit is the name of the merchant, even though it may not appear on the screen, though it is the word of Leopold Cedar Senga.

Directed by Mamadou Huma Givi, this director has denied this unique opportunity, but ignored the unique story he received a master's degree from the Cheikh Anta Diop (Ucad) University in Dakar.

In addition to speaking as Guy's documentary reminder, former African-American countries, such as Senegal, raise the question of inheritance management.

In addition to the movie Kedouugou in 2017, the Senegalese filmmaker will be here at Sarabah (2017), a web-document for migrant workers, and a movie "Panch Mi".

"The movie is fun to see the audience elsewhere," said the director, discussing the participation in the KCP, the incredible Forum for "Kéidy", discussed and criticized for further advancement.

"Stupidity", Senegalese other films also run in the run, but "it was confiscated," says the film's director, Papa Abdulla Seque.

He returned to the voting day on the voting day under the Sponsorship Law, revised the Electoral Code approved by the National Assembly.

The film requires the power of barricades, especially with the massive presence of the commanding force in order to avoid any scene in these vacant streets around the National Assembly of Senegal and the University of Dakar.

"It is a form of silencing people's feelings," says filmmaker.

In order to reflect her, Sekk looks at the Hemislet, which fixes her sword with her hand.

Pope Francis Sech read the verse of David Diop, a quiet voice contradicting the dramatic shooting of the film, and brings a calm touch to these moments of strong tension.

"I did not want to limit this activism because it is not my artist's role. It's a little bit about signaling, "Sekk says.

According to him, he works on a large project called "Youth 221" where the director explains what will happen to the youth in the future.

A young filmmaker studied at Marcolecas visual arts school in Morocco, where she studied for two credits, including the Sagar (2015), the Panafrican Film Festival and the Ouagadougou (Fespaco).

In Morocco, there is also a film about the life of migrants in "Yacar" in 2018.

Alassan Diago's "Meet My Dad" is the third run-time cinema in the list of documentaries for Carthage movie days.


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