Fiche Film
Cinéma/TV
LONG Métrage | 2001
Pas d’histoires ! 12 regards sur le racisme au quotidien.
Date de sortie en France : 00/00/0000
Pays concerné : France
Durée : 135 minutes
Genre : société
Type : fiction

Français

[ VHS ou DVD disponible à la médiathèque des 3 mondes ] 12 courts-métrages Témoignages de jeunes auteurs (issus d'un appel à scénarios auprès de jeunes de 16 à 26 ans) qui ont été réalisés par des cinéastes professionnels. Cette approche originale, ni manichéenne ni péremptoire, aborde le sujet délicat du racisme sous des aspects différents afin de mieux l'identifier et de mieux le reconnaître. Ces douze courts métrages de fiction sont des chroniques qui débusquent les comportements, les mots, les gestes, les préjugés de la discrimination au quotidien. – Sans autre, t'es rien, de Philippe Jullien (animation) Quatre individus d'origine différente sont intrigués par la présence d'une étrange sphère en suspension. Approches, convoitises, tentatives d'appropriation… Arriveront-ils à s'entendre ? – Le Vigneron français, de Christophe Otzenberger Samir, marchand de vin par correspondance, travaille sous le pseudonyme de Luc Leblanc. Il réussit une très bonne commande auprès d'une fidèle cliente et voudrait que le vin soit livré rapidement pour toucher sa commission. Or, le livreur est malade. Farid, le patron, refuse que Samir fasse lui-même le travail : "Pour la clientèle, il n'y a pas d'Arabes au Vigneron français !" Samir acceptera-t-il de renier son identité ? – Pas d'histoire, de Philippe Lioret Ali, au volant de sa voiture, discute tranquillement avec son petit-fils Mourad. Un accident survient, sans gravité. Se faire petit, ne pas faire d'histoires, semble pour Ali la meilleure solution. Mourad n'accepte pas que son grand-père n'ait rien osé dire alors qu'il était dans son droit… – Lettre à Abou, d'Émilie Deleuze C'est la rentrée pour le jeune Ahmed, qui vient d'arriver en France avec sa mère. Les discussions pleines de préjugés de sa famille lui font craindre le pire ! Comment se passera la confrontation avec ses camarades d'école originaires des cinq continents ? Il le racontera à son copain Abou, resté au pays. – Relou, de Fanta Regina Nacro Dans un bus, Dalida, jeune Kabyle blanche, se fait draguer par trois adolescents d'origine maghrébine. Le ton monte. Ils l'insultent dans une langue qu'ils pensent incompréhensible pour elle : l'arabe… – Cyrano, de Vincent Lindon Marie, jeune fille de bonne famille, habite dans les beaux quartiers. Elle reçoit quotidiennement les lettres enflammées d'un talentueux écrivain anonyme. Vient le jour de leur premier rendez-vous. Acceptera-t-elle son amoureux transi ? – Maman, regarde !, de Paul Boujenah Perdu dans ses rêves, un petit garçon joue seul dans les rayons d'une supérette. Tombant nez à nez sur une jeune femme noire, il court informer sa mère de sa "découverte"… – Mohamed, de Catherine Corsini À la suite d'une injure raciste, Mohamed réalise qu'il est noir. Il ne comprend ni ne veut cette différence et désire soudainement changer d'identité afin d'être comme "tout le monde"… – Petits Riens, de Xavier Durringer Lors d'un entretien d'embauche, Mohamed est mis en concurrence avec une dénommée Mlle Dubois. Le directeur des ressources humaines en profite pour jouer sur la "différence"… On ne confie pas à n'importe qui le rayon littérature française dans une librairie. Reviennent à l'esprit de Mohamed des situations dans lesquelles à chaque instant tout peut basculer… – Pimprenelle, de Yamina Benguigui Soria doit animer un anniversaire d'enfants, déguisée en fée Pimprenelle. Elle est froidement reçue par la maîtresse de maison, pour qui une fée ne peut être que blonde. Et pour les enfants ? – Tadeus, de Philippe Jullien et Jean-Pierre Lemouland (animation) Dans une classe de CM1 débarque un nouveau venu. Tadeus vient de Tchétchénie et intrigue les élèves ; il mange tout ce qu'on lui donne à la cantine, il est nul au foot mais se fait une copine… Les enfants le laisseront-ils entrer dans leur cercle ? – Poitiers, voiture 11, d'Yves Angelo et François Dupeyron Un homme prend le train. Une famille de Maghrébins s'est installée à sa place. Malgré les efforts de courtoisie du père maghrébin, l'homme est désagréable et tient des propos racistes… Il finit par s'assoupir. Ses cauchemars vont devenir réalité ! 2000 – 70' – Film 35 mm Série "12 regards sur le racisme au quotidien" Réalisateurs Yves Angelo, Yamina Benguigui, Paul Boujenah, Catherine Corsini, Émilie Deleuze, François Dupeyron, Xavier Durringer, Philippe Jullien, Jean-Pierre Lemouland, Vincent Lindon, Philippe Lioret, Fanta Régina Nacro, Christophe Otzenberger Production DFCR, Little Bear Versions : allemand, anglais, espagnol, portugais (s/t) Vie sociale – Relations humaines

English

[ VHS or DVD available at the 3 Worlds media library ] 12 short films Testimonies of young authors (from a call for screenplays with young people aged 16 to 26) that were directed by professional Filmmakers. This original approach, neither Manichean nor peremptory, tackles the delicate subject of racism from different angles in order to better identify and recognize it. These twelve short fiction films are columns that track down the behaviours, words, gestures, and prejudices of everyday discrimination. – Sans autre, t'es rien, by Philippe Jullien (animation) Four individuals of different origins are intrigued by the presence of a strange sphere in suspension. Approaches, lusts, attempts at appropriation… Will they manage to get along? – The French Winemaker, by Christophe Otzenberger Samir, a mail-order wine merchant, works under the nickname of Luc Leblanc. He has placed a very good order with a loyal customer and would like the wine to be delivered quickly so that he can receive his commission. However, the delivery man is ill. Farid, the boss, refuses to let Samir do the work himself: "For the customers, there are no Arabs at the French Winemaker!" Will Samir agree to deny his identity? – No story, from Philippe Lioret Ali, at the wheel of his car, talks quietly with his grandson Mourad. An accident occurs, without gravity. To be made small, not to make stories, seems for Ali the best solution. Mourad does not accept that his grandfather did not dare to say anything while he was within his rights… – Letter to Abou, by Émilie Deleuze It is the beginning of the new school year for young Ahmed, who has just arrived in France with his mother. The prejudiced discussions of his family make him fear the worst! How will the confrontation with his schoolmates from the five continents go? He will tell it to his friend Abou, who stayed in the country. – Relou, by Fanta Regina Nacro In a bus, Dalida, a young white Kabyle, is being hit on by three teenagers of North African origin. The tone rises. They insult her in a language that they think is incomprehensible to her: Arabic… – Cyrano, by Vincent Lindon Marie, a young girl from a good family, lives in the beautiful neighborhoods. She receives daily fiery letters from a talented anonymous writer. Comes the day of their first appointment. Will she accept her transient lover? – Maman, regarde ! by Paul Boujenah Lost in his dreams, a little boy plays alone in the aisles of a mini-market. Falling face to face with a young black woman, he runs to inform his mother of his "discovery"… – Mohamed, by Catherine Corsini Following a racist insult, Mohamed realizes that he is black. He neither understands nor wants this difference and suddenly wants to change his identity in order to be like "everyone else"… – Petits Riens, by Xavier Durringer During a job interview, Mohamed is put in competition with a woman named Miss Dubois. The human resources director takes advantage of this opportunity to play on the "difference"… We don't just entrust anyone with the French literature section in a bookstore. Situations come to Mohamed's mind in which at any moment everything can tip over… – Pimprenelle, by Yamina Benguigui Soria must animate a children's birthday party, disguised as the fairy Pimprenelle. She is coldly received by the mistress of the house, for whom a fairy can only be blonde. And for the children? – Tadeus, by Philippe Jullien and Jean-Pierre Lemouland (animation) A newcomer arrives in a class of CM1. Tadeus comes from Chechnya and intrigues the pupils; he eats everything they give him in the canteen, he sucks at soccer but makes a girlfriend… Will the children let him into their circle? – Poitiers, car 11, by Yves Angelo and François Dupeyron A man takes the train. A North African family has settled in his place. In spite of the North African father's efforts to be courteous, the man is unpleasant and makes racist remarks… He ends up dozing off. His nightmares will become reality! 2000 – 70' – Film 35 mm Series "12 views on racism in everyday life" Directors Yves Angelo, Yamina Benguigui, Paul Boujenah, Catherine Corsini, Émilie Deleuze, François Dupeyron, Xavier Durringer, Philippe Jullien, Jean-Pierre Lemouland, Vincent Lindon, Philippe Lioret, Fanta Régina Nacro, Christophe Otzenberger Production DFCR, Little Bear Versions: German, English, Spanish, Portuguese (s/t) Social life – Human relations.

[ VHS or DVD available at the 3 Worlds media library ] 12 short films Testimonies of young authors (from a call for screenplays with young people aged 16 to 26) that were directed by professional Filmmakers. This original approach, neither Manichean nor peremptory, tackles the delicate subject of racism from different angles in order to better identify and recognize it. These twelve short fiction films are columns that track down the behaviours, words, gestures, and prejudices of everyday discrimination. – Sans autre, t'es rien, by Philippe Jullien (animation) Four individuals of different origins are intrigued by the presence of a strange sphere in suspension. Approaches, lusts, attempts at appropriation… Will they manage to get along? – The French Winemaker, by Christophe Otzenberger Samir, a mail-order wine merchant, works under the nickname of Luc Leblanc. He has placed a very good order with a loyal customer and would like the wine to be delivered quickly so that he can receive his commission. However, the delivery man is ill. Farid, the boss, refuses to let Samir do the work himself: "For the customers, there are no Arabs at the French Winemaker!" Will Samir agree to deny his identity? – No story, from Philippe Lioret Ali, at the wheel of his car, talks quietly with his grandson Mourad. An accident occurs, without gravity. To be made small, not to make stories, seems for Ali the best solution. Mourad does not accept that his grandfather did not dare to say anything while he was within his rights… – Letter to Abou, by Émilie Deleuze It is the beginning of the new school year for young Ahmed, who has just arrived in France with his mother. The prejudiced discussions of his family make him fear the worst! How will the confrontation with his schoolmates from the five continents go? He will tell it to his friend Abou, who stayed in the country. – Relou, by Fanta Regina Nacro In a bus, Dalida, a young white Kabyle, is being hit on by three teenagers of North African origin. The tone rises. They insult her in a language that they think is incomprehensible to her: Arabic… – Cyrano, by Vincent Lindon Marie, a young girl from a good family, lives in the beautiful neighborhoods. She receives daily fiery letters from a talented anonymous writer. Comes the day of their first appointment. Will she accept her transient lover? – Maman, regarde ! by Paul Boujenah Lost in his dreams, a little boy plays alone in the aisles of a mini-market. Falling face to face with a young black woman, he runs to inform his mother of his "discovery"… – Mohamed, by Catherine Corsini Following a racist insult, Mohamed realizes that he is black. He neither understands nor wants this difference and suddenly wants to change his identity in order to be like "everyone else"… – Petits Riens, by Xavier Durringer During a job interview, Mohamed is put in competition with a woman named Miss Dubois. The human resources director takes advantage of this opportunity to play on the "difference"… We don't just entrust anyone with the French literature section in a bookstore. Situations come to Mohamed's mind in which at any moment everything can tip over… – Pimprenelle, by Yamina Benguigui Soria must animate a children's birthday party, disguised as the fairy Pimprenelle. She is coldly received by the mistress of the house, for whom a fairy can only be blonde. And for the children? – Tadeus, by Philippe Jullien and Jean-Pierre Lemouland (animation) A newcomer arrives in a class of CM1. Tadeus comes from Chechnya and intrigues the pupils; he eats everything they give him in the canteen, he sucks at soccer but makes a girlfriend… Will the children let him into their circle? – Poitiers, car 11, by Yves Angelo and François Dupeyron A man takes the train. A North African family has settled in his place. In spite of the North African father's efforts to be courteous, the man is unpleasant and makes racist remarks… He ends up dozing off. His nightmares will become reality! 2000 – 70' – Film 35 mm Series "12 views on racism in everyday life" Directors Yves Angelo, Yamina Benguigui, Paul Boujenah, Catherine Corsini, Émilie Deleuze, François Dupeyron, Xavier Durringer, Philippe Jullien, Jean-Pierre Lemouland, Vincent Lindon, Philippe Lioret, Fanta Régina Nacro, Christophe Otzenberger Production DFCR, Little Bear Versions: German, English, Spanish, Portuguese (s/t) Social life – Human relations

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