¡ bienvenidos - degemer mat - مرحباً marhabân - नमस्ते namasté - pjila'si !

¡ maeva - talofa - ongi etorri orori - welcome - bienvenue !

...en la cabaña de Flanagan el tallador de sueños, un refugio para los que tienen 'hambre del alma'

...inside Flanagan the dream chiseller's cabin, a resting place for curious eyes and hungry souls

...et chez Marie Diaz, rêveuse d'un monde à l'autre, semeuse d'histoires, tisseuse d'imaginaire


Bourges 2016 : L'Invisible lauréat du défi-lecture organisé par la Ligue de l'Enseignement & la Médiathèque


Nouvelle-Calédonie 2014 : l'Invisible lauréat du prix Livre Mon Ami - ici au collège Laura Boula sur l'île de Drehu-Lifou

'Hold fast to dreams
For if dreams die
Life is a broken-winged bird
That cannot fly.
Hold fast to dreams
For when dreams go
Life is a barren field
Frozen with snow.'

Langston Hughes

[African-American poet, 1902-1967]

Merci de respecter le Droit d’Auteur

Please respect Author’s Copyright ©


lundi 24 mars 2014

* Festival Cinéma-Droits de l'Homme Amnesty International - La Hague 20-26 mars 2014 *

'LA JAULA DE ORO' de Diego Quemada-Díez a ouvert le bal
décerné par des jeunes de 15 à 18 ans
La Jaula de Oro - Rêves d'Or - The Golden Dream
"This is not your usual film festival. During the last week of March, Amnesty International tries to create awareness for poignant situations on our planet.[...] It’s a platform where human rights and human dignity are at stake. By adding debates and talk shows people can interact with and learn from Amnesty International."
Director Diego Quemada-Díez :
'I feel and I think that things CAN be changed.
Every artist or creator knows we can transform reality -
we transform reality all the time [...]'  : 
whole video interview of Director Quemada-Díez

Entrevista Loft Cinema Excelsior TV - 2 de mayo 2014 :
entrevista audio en español - abril 14 
critique du film en français par Shangols - mars 14

  film review by Nikola Grozdanovic - Playlist blog - oct 13

English review by Maria Delgado 
for LONDON FILM FESTIVAL october 2013 :
"A group of Guatemalan teenagers are ill prepared for the precarious journey that takes them from their native country to what they hope will be a bright new life in the United States. Sara (Karen Martínez) has cut her hair and bound her breasts to make herself less vulnerable; Juan (Brandon López) has sewn dollars into his trousers; Samuel (Carlos Chajon) struggles with the conditions that they encounter en route, while Chauk (Rodolfo Domínguez), an indigenous Indian who speaks no Spanish, is doubly marginalised by those he encounters.  
Diego Quemada-Díez’s debut feature draws on outstanding performances from his young, non-professional cast. The film succeeds as both a gritty, uncompromising portrait of the teenagers’ travels and a moving, eloquent testament to the power of friendship and camaraderie in the most testing of circumstances." 
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