« Un homme qui crie », M-S. Haroun, Tchad
Entrance: Free. African Perspectives Movie Evening. Curator: Hans-Christian Mahnke


*AfricAvenir & FNCC present the Namibian Premiere of*

* »A Screaming Man » by Chadian filmmaker Mahamat-Saleh Haroun,*

*winner of the Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival 2010.*

*Date: 11. April 2012, Time: 18h30*

*Venue: FNCC, 118 Robert Mugabe Avenue*

*Entrance: Free*
A Screaming Man.
The social and political problems that have marked Chad’s have been central to all of Haroun’s films. Representative for these problems is Chad’s civil war; however, instead of analyzing the civil war itself, Haroun keeps it in the background, preferring to focus on the effect it has on the lives of individuals, their families and their friendships.

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