Voyage en barbarie

ClubMediaItalie endorses the documentary "Voyage en Barbarie" by Cécile Allegra and Delphine Deloget  that is shown in the Senate in Rome, at the Sala Zuccari of Palazzo Giustiniani November 17, 2015 at 6:00 PM. Here's the plot: Robel, Germay, Filmon and Halefom have survived the Sinaï torture camps. Through their words, in the intimacy of their rooms, the film draws their long trip through barbarism, an experience that has left traces on each of the boys' skin. From Stockholm to Cairo, wherever they found shelter, every survivor experiences a nightmarish mental exile that "Under the skin" tries to retrace, carefully.

Delphine Deloget and Cecile Allegra are two French film-makers working mostly for Arte and France télévisions. This year, their common film, « Under the Skin », has received the Prix Albert Londres 2015 (France's Pulitzer Price).

Delphine's film "No London Today", on four migrants trying to cross the channel to reach England has been selected in Cannes, awarded in the Pesaro Festival and Visions du Réel, Nyon, Switzerland. A former reporter for Le Monde, Cécile has been awarded for her documentary "Haïti, the wounded nation", on psychic trauma after the earthquake - selected in the Festival Films du Monde de Montréal, Figra, and a finalist to the French Albert Londres Price in 2011. Her following documentary, « A childhood at work », on four kids going back to work throughout Europe, is becoming a book (published in January 2016).

P.A. Valenti, speech in Paris 2015

Libye - Anatomie d'un crime

C'est l'histoire d'un film qui n'aurait pas dû exister. Depuis la chute de Khadafi, le dictateur du désert, la Libye est une poudrière. Plus d’Etat. Deux gouvernements. Des ministres qui siègent un pistolet sur la tempe. Des centaines de milices armées qui kidnappent, rançonnent, torturent et violent.



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