The Night and the Kid

// The Night and the Kid

David Yon // France // 2015
// 60 min // Couleur // HD

Jaquette La Nuit et l'Enfant

In the Atlas steppe highlands. After the wars, on a land where threat still echoes, a young man, Lamine, and a kid wander in the night. From place to place, the past resurfaces from the shadows, through Lamine’s stories and the singular rituals he reenacts, all along the re-flowering ruins.

Read more: David Yon's filming diary

 

 

In coproduction with Haut les mains Productions and Vosges TV
With the support of Images en mouvement (CNAP), the Doha Film Institute, the CNC and Régions PACA and Rhône-Alpes

Special Jury award at Fronteira film festival

Selections : 

Festival international du film de Berlin - Berlinale section Forum / Lussas Etats Généraux du documentaire / 'Villes Africaines en mouvement' 56e Biennale internationnale d'Art de Venise à la CA-ASI / War on screen Chalon / Les rencontres cinématographiques de Béjaïa (Algérie) / Corsica.Doc / Les écrans documentaires (Arcueil) / Festival international du film d'Amiens / Les inattendus (Lyon) / Maghreb des films (Paris) / Festival international du cinéma méditéranéen de Tétouan (Maroc) / Panorama des cinémas du Maghreb et du Moyen-Orient (Saint-Denis).


News

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Congratulations to Magali Bragard and Séverine Enjolras for their film Remake of a summer rewarded by the Excellence in Visual Anthropology Award at Ethnocineca International Film Festival of Vienna 2018

 It's official, The other side of everythingby Mila Turajlic will do it's World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival !


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