Competition - Grand ReportageFilms in VOD

ZO REKEN

By Emanuel Licha

Zo reken (shark bone) is the nickname given in Haiti to the Land Cruiser, a vehicle favoured by the omnipresent NGOs since the 2010 earthquake. Ten years later, in a country in full eruption, a zo reken is transformed into a space for discussion between Haitians. The driver talks to the passengers as he makes his way through the barricades and demonstrations. They talk about the state of the country, neo-colonialism and humanitarian aid. Anger is rising...
 

  • Section Competition - Grand Reportage & Films in VOD
  • Original language(s) French & Haïtian Creole
  • Subtitle(s) French & English

Latin AmericaHistoryHumanitarian


Director(s)
Emanuel Licha

World sales

  • Les Films du 3 Mars

Production

  • Les Films de l'Autre

Cinematographer

  • Etienne Roussy

Music

  • David Drury

Sound

  • Catherine Van Der Donckt

Editor

  • Ariane Pétel-Despots
Duration
86'
Year
2021
Production country
Canada
Status
Swiss Premiere
Sunday 6 March

14:00

Espace Pitoëff - Grande salle

sold out - in case of cancellation, tickets will be put back on sale before the screening

Followed by the debate Should we put an end to cooperation ?

Watch the film online

Accessible on demand from 12 to 20 March 2022
(subject to availability)

Saturday 12 March

21:00

Grütli - Salle Langlois

sold out - in case of cancellation, tickets will be put back on sale before the screening

With the participation of the filmmaker - by Skype.