Fiche Film
Cinéma/TV
MOYEN Métrage | 2006
I Mike What I Like
Pays concerné : Afrique du Sud
Durée : 50 minutes
Genre : société
Type : documentaire

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South Africa, 2006, 50mins, English and Setswana

court métrage,
Réalisatrice : Jyoti Mistry
d’après un scénario de Kgafela oa Magogodi

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2006 | ZIFF 2006 – 9th Zimbabwe International Film Festival | HARARE, Zimbabwe | www.ziff.co.zw |
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I Mike What I Like
Kgafela oa Magogodi’s I Mike What I Like, the world’s first spoken word film riveting tour de force of visual poetry directed by Jyoti Mistry. It offers a visceral connection with language and a fluid, narrative, cinematic experience that is a kaleidoscopic visual interpretation of Kgafela oa Magogodi’s powerful words.
The film is a roving conversation of words, images, text, music, graphics and performance set to jazz improvisation and action painting. I Mike What I Like navigates a roller coaster ride via the birth pains of a young society through its premature initiation on the seething streets of the city of Johannesburg to the deepest moments on internal intimacy. Kgafela speaks the unspeakable and mikes what he likes in the tradition of Steve Biko, Ayi Kwei Armah and Dambudzo Marechera. It is based on the stage play of the same title that was part of the 52 Seasons at the South African State Theatre, Pretoria.

Film also to be featured at the ZIFF Youth Film Forum.


South Africa, 2006, 50mins, English and Setswana
Director: Jyoti Mystry


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2006 | ZIFF 2006 – 9th Zimbabwe International Film Festival | HARARE, Zimbabwe | www.ziff.co.zw |
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