Item Details

Trop Noire Pour Être Française?

Format
Online; Online Video; Video
Type
Biographical Films; Documentary Films; Video Recordings for the Hearing Impaired
Date
2016
Duration
53:12
Summary
"In this documentary film, Isabelle Boni-Claverie explores the role of race and the persistence of racism in France, as well as the impact of the French colonial past. Through an exploration of her personal family history, and interviews with historians and academics, TOO BLACK TO BE FRENCH peels back the layers of race relations in supposedly institutionally colorblind France. Boni-Claverie, a French-Ivorian, who grew up in upper class French society, unpacks how socio-economic privilege doesn't mean protection from racial discrimination. Boni-Claverie solicits anonymous individuals to speak on their daily experiences with race, class, discrimination and micro-aggressions. TOO BLACK TO BE FRENCH also features interviews with acclaimed sociologists and historians including Pap Ndiaye, Eric Fassin, Achille Mbembe, and Patrick Simon to help contextualize racial history in France. Boni-Claverie's film starts an urgent discussion on French society's inequalities and discrimination." -- www.wmm.com
Publisher
Women Make Movies
Language
French
English
Notes
Quark Productions / ARTE France présentent ; un film de Isabelle Boni-Claverie.
Written and directed by Isabelle Boni-Claverie ; edited by Sébastien Touta, Solveig Risacher & Gwénola Héaulme.
Voice and interviewer: Isabelle Boni-Claverie
In French with English subtitles.
Public performance rights secured. NOTE PPR List price applies to universities, colleges, corporations, and government agencies and includes public performance rights for classroom, organizational or library use by the acquiring institution for non-paying audiences only.
Collection
Robertson Media Center Streaming Content
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