Écran d’argile

a film by Maria Watzlawick and Romed Wyder

Clay screen a film by Maria Watzlawick and Romed Wyder


In Bamako, on one side, the costume designer Kandioura Coulibaly is collecting leaves and clay to colour materials and on the other side, filmmaker Adama Drabo and his crew are waiting for the funds which would permit to start shooting the film. Meanwile, the sun burns the mountains and they drink tea.

written and directed by Maria Watzlawick and Romed Wyder
with Kandioura Coulibaly, Adamo Drabo, Cheik Oumar Sissoko

Paradigma Films in coproduction with HEAD (Genève) and CNPC (Bamako)
documentary – 53 min. – Switzerland/Mali – 1997

Festivals: Nyon, Acadie, Zürich, Soleure, Manosque, Milano, Abidjan, Ouagadougou, Namur

Web page of the film Écran d’argile

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