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50th Cultural Week - Screening of the film "L'Aventure", by Marianne Chaud - followed by a debate

Cultural, Cinema, Literature in Aussois

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  • Screening of the film followed by debates around a "complex piece of the world", migrants, in the presence of the director. Some testimonies await us. Stéphanie Besson, will also be present to present her book "Finding refuge".

  • Film the Adventure of Marianne Chaud, ethnologist
    "In the mountains of Briançonnais, men and women on the roads of exile find the courage to cross the passes on foot, risking their lives. Having arrived at the end of a long journey, exhausted, they do not know if they will be able to settle down somewhere and start their lives over. It is this transitory time that the Adventure tells.
    Ossoul the Sudanese poet, Mamadou, survivor of an icy night at the Col de l'Echelle, Charlotte, the...
    Film the Adventure of Marianne Chaud, ethnologist
    "In the mountains of Briançonnais, men and women on the roads of exile find the courage to cross the passes on foot, risking their lives. Having arrived at the end of a long journey, exhausted, they do not know if they will be able to settle down somewhere and start their lives over. It is this transitory time that the Adventure tells.
    Ossoul the Sudanese poet, Mamadou, survivor of an icy night at the Col de l'Echelle, Charlotte, the courageous mother and others gradually regain their footing and manage to embark on a new life. Filmed for three years, the Adventure is a story of resilience, friendships and unveiled emotions. The portraits take shape and deepen until everyone can recognize themselves in the other, put themselves in their place and understand them. "

    Stéphanie Besson's book, "Finding refuge"
    Having become a place of passage for many migrants, the border Alps regularly hit the headlines. This book traces the history of these encounters between those who have come a long way and those who, attached to their mountains, have decided to open their doors. Finding refuge highlights the overwhelming journey of people full of hope and suffering, exiles, uprooted people who find themselves in Briançonnais by chance, after putting themselves in danger to arrive in France.
    Here is the incredible and yet banal story of a territory and several handfuls of people who understand that welcoming the other is here and now, even if it disrupts the course of everyday life. People who refuse fear, indifference, violence and choose to open their hearts and doors, unconditionally to those who arrive. Who know that in the mountains, we do not abandon anyone, not even our worst enemy. "

    Testimonies, debates, dedications ...
    Only on registration, the day before before 5 p.m. at the Maison d'Aussois
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  • On July 28, 2021 from 8:30 PM to 10:30 PM
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