Rwanda : mauvais souvenir

Free entry for the screeningScreenings takes place at la Halle aux Grains - 66, rue Saint-Jean


In Rwanda, they have long been rejected. The children born from rape during the 1994 genocide.

They are no less than twenty thousand. Today, in their twenties, they learn to live with this dreadful heritage. Spicee met with Dyvine, Hillary, Arthur, Emmerance… They just became adults and still have questions regarding their origin. Only now, do they have the strength to talk about their stories, and this painful feeling of illegitimacy they face in the Rwandan society. These children called "Painful memories", are nonetheless the symbol of a great promise: the reconciliation between Hutus and Tutsis. What if they were the future of Rwanda?

Directed by Marine Courtade et Christophe Busché.
Produced by Spicee
Duration: 40 min

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Watani : my Homeland

Free admission Screening takes place at la Halle aux Grains - 66, rue Saint-Jean


Watani: My Homeland follows on the critically acclaimed Children on the Frontline

This unique film follows a Syrian family over three years as they are forced to leave behind their lives in Aleppo and embark on life as refugees, resettling in Germany.

UK/Germany, 2016

Crédit : ©DR

Le Choix d'Oleg

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Screening takes place at la Halle aux Grains - 66, rue Saint-Jean


In the summer of 2014, thousands of young Russians surged East Ukraine, in the region of Donbass to bear arms, galvanized by propaganda and convinced to be fulfilling their patriotic duties.

Among them, Oleg, promoted to battalion commander and Max, soldier. Their story takes a sad turn on the night of June 3rd 2015 when Oleg leads his men to their death. The fight will wipe out most of the battalion, leaving the survivors to deal with the consequences of their decision to fight.

Documentary by Elena Volochine and James Keogh
Produced by Little Big story
Duration: 74 min

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Bagdad, chronique d’une ville emmurée

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Photo et copyright Laurent Van der Stockt
Baghdad is immured in fear, unease and violence. Among the cities of this world, the Iraqi capital has suffered the highest number of terrorist attacks.

Its 8 million inhabitants have lived through the bloody end of Saddam Hussein’s dictatorship, the American occupation, and the revival of a religious war between Sunnis and Shias with the emergence of ISIS. Now all players fight for control over a territory of which Baghdad is the epicente

The film is a chronicle of the city, of Baghdadis who fear for their lives at every outing, of their despair as well as their incredible spark of humanity. Through the course of encounters with inhabitants, with religious chiefs, politicians and militants, the filmmakers, who have been working in Baghdad for years, evoke this ancient capital today at the heart of a devastating and historic civil war.


Durée : 53 min
Crédit : ©Laurent van der Stockt

Prize-winner of the category Grand Format Television

Free entry for the screeningScreening takes place at la Halle aux Grains - 66, rue Saint-Jean


Screening of the award-winning report in the Grand Format Television category.

Duration : 30 min approximately