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Special screening of the French-Senegalese film Tey (Today)

First Wednesday Film Club
Wednesday 1 October 2014 at 7.30pm
Atlas Studio, Milpark, Johannesburg
Free Screening & Refreshments


tei film

"A metaphorical film of rare sensorial power" - Le Monde

"Tey (Today)" - French-Senegalese director Alain Gomis's third feature and the winning film at Fespaco 2013 - is a poetic journey, which takes place during the last day of the main character Satché's life. Accompanied by his friend Sélé, Satché walks through the bustling and changing city of Dakar for the last time, passing and bidding farewell to significant places and people in his life on the way. Satché is played by celebrated American actor/musician/poet Saul Williams and his friend Sélé by Alain Gomis's long-time collaborator Djolof Mbengue.


Film courtesy of IFAS - Institut Francais of South Africa with the blessing of Alain Gomis

Limited seating, come early.

Trailer: www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vRAYB9Dwuc

Address: Atlas Studio, Studio 4, 33 Frost Avenue, Corner Owl Street, Milpark

About First Wednesday Film Club: www.atlasstudios.co.za/filmclub.php




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