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Paris La Blanche

Paris La Blanche

by Lidia Terki

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Paris La Blanche: A parable of migration and a search for one’s family

Review

Paris La Blanche: A parable of migration and a search for one’s family

Lidia Terki's first feature deals with economic migration and what family can represent to a person 

"There is a language beyond speech, and cinema is made for it"

Interview: Lidia Terki • Director

"There is a language beyond speech, and cinema is made for it"

Algerian-born Lidia Terki, whose Paris La Blanche premiered at the Black Nights International Film Festival, speaks to Nisimazine about the universal language of cinema 

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main awards/selection

Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival 2016 
Saint-Jean-de-Luz Festival 2016
Prix France Bleu
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