The Cemetary of Cinema

Le Cimetière de la Pellicule
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In 1953, Mamadou Touré directed the film “Mouramani”, a film considered as the first ever made by a black French-speaking director. However, the mystery remains. No one knows where to find a print, neither if one even exists. “The Cemetery of Cinema” is the search for that film, also an ode to cinema, both the kind we watch and the kind we make. A road-movie from east to west, north to south, a film full of love, humor and tenderness towards his peers and the new generation to come but also a quest as Souleymane marches with a sign demanding “Mouramani”’s return…

  • year
  • nationality
    France, Senegal
  • running time
  • rights end
  • director's country
    Republic of Guinea
  • filmed in
    Republic of Guinea
  • colour
  • director of photography
    Leila Chaïbi
  • distributor
  • producers
    Maud Martin, Jean-Pierre Lagrange, Marie-Louise Sarr, L'Image d'Après

Kit de ressources

  • 8media
  • 2technical resources

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