Film - Program 6 Filmfest 2021


Directed by Moïse Togo


Director: Moïse Togo
Section: Program 6
Country: France
Year: 2020
Language: Bambara, Fon, Yoruba
Version: Original version with English subtitles
Cast: Bassirou Sissoko, Mohamed Tiécoura Coulibaly, Eliane Aïsso, Moufouli Bello, Seydou Cissé, Yacouba Keïta, Moïse Togo
18+ (no age rating)

Also in this program


This film is shown as part of program 6.

People with albinism are often victims of discrimination and violence, especially in Africa. In this experimental documentary, the soundtrack providing the harrowing narratives of those affected is set to calm animation, some of it illustrative, some freely associative.

  • Duration: 14 Min.

Meet the director


Moïse Togo

Moïse Togo was born in Mopti, Mali, in 1990. He studied at the local university’s department of law and political science before attending the conservatory in the capital, Bamako. After five years there, he graduated with a master's degree in multimedia arts. As a recipient of the Bakary Diallo Prize, he is currently a French government fellow at Le Fresnoy – National Studio of the Contemporary Arts.


Director of Photography: Félix Moy
Film Editor: Léo Guillaume, Moïse Togo
Animation: Moïse Togo
Producer: Eric Prigent
Production Company: Le Fresnoy – Studio des Arts Contemporains