Violence intime : pour que cela n'arrive plus ! de Amal Mokded
|8 Mar 2020 19:00|
→ 8 Mar 2020 21:30
|Centre Lgbtqi+ Paris-Îdf|
|Centre lgbtqi+ Paris-ÎdF|
|63 rue Beaubourg - Paris|
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Sunday March 8 at 7:00 p.m. at the Geneviève Pastre room in the Center.
Intimate violence: so that it does not happen again! by Amal Mokded.
In the presence of Amal Mokded, director / Sara Kamoun member of Falgatna Paris movement / Manel Mabrouk, filmmaker moderator of the event and general secretary of the association CIFM (international coalition of mobile women).
Projection / debate. Free admission, limited seating available.
Projection carried out as part of International Women's Rights Day and echoed with the “Violence” exhibition presented at the LGBTQI + Center from March 2 to 30, 2020.
Projection / debate around short films by filmmaker Amal Mokded on the trauma left by physical or psychological violence against women in Tunisia.
A work of self-filming (autofiction) inspired by the artist's experience.
Video art is deeply linked to the feminist struggle, in its quality as a tool; it allows to record, memorize and give voice to the repressed.
The video has technical qualities likely to participate in the treatment of certain neuroses. It is a kind of exploration of intimate testimonies that offer an ease to create from the director's own body and own image. A work of introspection that allows you to experience vertigo and duplication, facing your own image.