IU CINEMA: Chez jolie coiffure
- October 12, 2019
- IU Cinema
- 1213 E. 7th Street, Bloomington, IN 47405
- 4:00 PM to 5:10 PM
- Free, but ticketed
Director Rosine Mbakam is scheduled to be present.
Chez jolie coiffure is a documentary about the friendships, trials, and triumphs of a group of West-African migrants living in Brussels. Alongside the film’s protagonist Sabine, a Cameroonian hairdresser whose boisterous personality is matched by her extravagant hairstyles, director Rosine Mbakam embeds herself within the confines of an exemplary diasporic space: Sabine’s hair salon. The salon is exposed to police raids and the gazes of white interlopers, but it provides respite for Sabine as she struggles against the perpetual uncertainty of her situation. In French with English subtitles. Contains mature content.
Not rated | 2018 | 2K DCP
Directed by Rosine Mbakam
Free, but ticketed
InLight (Human Rights Documentary) Film Festival is an entirely student-run festival aimed at promoting interaction between students, scholars, and practitioners who all share an investment in the many struggles for human rights occurring around the world.