“Si la terre tourne, tu tournes avec elle”. Una nuova produzione video/A new video production

Georges Kouagang è un collaboratore del Laboratorio di Sociologia Visuale proveniente dal Camerun. Un richiedente asilo che è arrivato in Italia attraverso il Mediterraneo. Salvato da una nave dell’ONG “SOS Mediterranée” e sbarcato al porto di Pozzallo; trasferito, poi, a Genova, Georges dopo alcuni anni dal suo arrivo, ritorna in Sicilia insieme ad alcuni ricercatori del Laboratorio di Sociologia Visuale e, rivivendola, racconta la sua storia. La sua testimonianza è diventata “Si la terre tourne”: un nuovo documentario di Massimo Cannarella, basato su una ricerca di Luca Queirolo Palmas, Federico Rahola, Jacopo Anderlini e Luca Giliberti.

“Si la terre tourne, tu tournes avec elle” è disponibile al seguente link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-PyyflsclNA

Georges Kouagang is from Cameroon and collaborates with the Visual Sociology Research Group. He is an asylum-seeker who arrived in Italy through the Mediterranean Sea. He has been rescued by a ship of the NGO “SOS Mediterranée”, then he landed at the port of Pozzallo. Subsequently he has been transferred to Genoa. After several years from his arrival in Italy, Georges returns to Sicily together with some researchers of the Visual Sociology Reseearch Group and, while re-experiencing it, he gives shape to his story. His account has become “Si la terre tourne”: a new documentary by Massimo Cannarella based on a research led by Luca Queirolo Palmas, Federico Rahola, Jacopo Anderlini, and Luca Giliberti.

“Si la terre tourne, tu tournes avec elle” is available at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-PyyflsclNA

borderscape, migrations

Rashomon en el Sahara: historia de lo no visto. Documentary presentation

On March 30th (17: 00-19: 00), the presentation of the documentary “Rashomon en el Sahara: historia de lo no visto” will be held on the Zoom platform.

Inspired by the film, “Rashōmon” by Akira Kurosawa, in which an event is narrated from many differents points of view, the documentary tells the story of the “forgotten war” in the so-called “Spanish Sahara” (Sahara-Ifni war) through different narratives that, together, give shape to a complex image of this historical episode. An history event narrated through the voices and memories of the veterans, which shold be framed within the process of decolonization affecting the whole of Africa, between the 50s and the 70s.

The presentation will be held in Spanish language.

Participants:

  • Jose Gonzalez Morandi, director of the film (Laboratorio di Sociologia Visuale and Observatori de la Vida Cotidiana / OVQ)
  • Alberto López Bargados (University of Barcelona)
  • Francesco Correale (Équipe Monde Arabe et Méditerranée , University of Tours)

Moderator: Luca Giliberti (Laboratory of Visual Sociology. University of Genoa).

El 30 de marzo (17: 00-19: 00) en la plataforma Zoom se realizará la presentación del documental “Rashomon en el Sahara: historia de lo no visto”.

Inspirado en la película “Rashōmon” de Akira Kurosawa, en la que se narra un hecho desde diferentes puntos de vista, el documental cuenta la historia de la “guerra olvidada” (guerra Sahara-Ifni ) a través de diferentes narrativas que, en conjunto, dan forma a una imagen compleja de este episodio histórico. Un hecho histórico narrado a través de las voces y los recuerdos de los veteranos, que se enmarca dentro del proceso de descolonización que involucrò a toda África, entre los años 50 y 70.

La presentación se realizará en idioma español.

Participantes:

  • Jose Gonzalez Morandi, director de la pelicula (Laboratorio di Sociologia Visuale and Observatori de la Vida Cotidiana / OVQ)
  • Alberto López Bargados (University of Barcelona)
  • Francesco Correale (Équipe Monde Arabe et Méditerranée , University of Tours)

Here below you can find the link to join the event/Aquì, el enlace para unirse al evento:
https://zoom.us/j/96705701261?pwd=allVMGV1TVNGcDFxempPVFhvUWttdz09
Meeting ID: 967 0570 1261
Passcode: 607208

Decolonizzazione, Guerra, Sahara spagnolo, Spagna

Rashōmon in the Sahara. A new documentary by José Gonzalez Morandi

Inspired by “Rashōmon” by Akira Kurosawa, in which a single event is explained from different points of view, this new documentary project by José Gonzalez Morandi, brings together multiple narratives that make up a complex image of the Ifni-Sahara war, also known as the “forgotten war”. An episode of a wider decolonization process involving the whole Africa, from the 50s to the 70s.

The film aims to recover the memories of the veterans, trying to bring voices and memories out of oblivion. The idea was to place the story of the former LNA members and indigenous troops in the colonial armies that confronted them in its historical context and restore the complexity of the related versions in a polyphonic narrative through the film.

The documentary funded by the Gerda Henkel Stiftung (Dusseldorf) is avialable here:

Rashōmon team: Jean Philippe CORBELLINI ( Sound recording, cameraman, CNRS / MSH Val de Loire, Tours); Francesco CORREALE (Author, producer, CNRS / UMR 7324 CITERES, Tours); Camille EVRARD (Scientific expert, FRAMESPA, Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès); José GONZALEZ MORANDI (Director, editor, cameraman, Barcelone); Alberto LOPEZ BARGADOS (Author, producer, GRECS-Universitat de Barcelona).

Associated members in Western Sahara and Morocco: Mohammed Mohammed Ahmed DAHMI (Traductor, independant researcher); Khalid EL MANSOURI (Traductor).

Inspirado en “Rashōmon” de Akira Kurosawa, en el que se explica un solo evento desde diferentes puntos de vista, este nuevo proyecto documental de José González Morandi, reúne múltiples narrativas que conforman una imagen compleja de la guerra Ifni-Sahara, también conocida como la “guerra olvidada”.

Un episodio de un proceso de descolonización más amplio que involucró a toda África, desde los años 50 hasta los 70. La película tiene como objetivo recuperar los recuerdos de los veteranos, tratando de sacar voces y recuerdos del olvido.

La idea era ubicar la historia de los ex miembros del LNA y las tropas indígenas en los ejércitos coloniales que los confrontaron en su contexto histórico y restaurar la complejidad de las versiones relacionadas en una narrativa polifónica a través de la película.

El documental, que ha sido financiado por Gerda Henkel Stiftung (Dusseldorf), está disponible aquí:

Rashōmon team: Jean Philippe CORBELLINI (Sound recording, cameraman, CNRS / MSH Val de Loire, Tours); Francesco CORREALE (Author, producer, CNRS / UMR 7324 CITERES, Tours); Camille EVRARD (Scientific expert, FRAMESPA, Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès); José GONZALEZ MORANDI (Director, editor, cameraman, Barcelone); Alberto LOPEZ BARGADOS (Author, producer, GRECS-Universitat de Barcelona).

Associated members in Western Sahara and Morocco: Mohammed Mohammed Ahmed DAHMI (Traductor, independant researcher); Khalid EL MANSOURI (Traductor).

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