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African Movie Fest: Greetings from Moruroa (Bons baisers de Moruroa)

Sat, May 5 / 6:30 pm
Directed by Larbi Benchiha
2016, Algérie, 53 min

The African Movie Festival in Manitoba (AM-FM) is a non-profit organization devoted to African themes and issues, especially as they relate to Manitoba, Canada and the world. The Festival will showcase African talents and will generate social, political and economic issues for discourse, and of course, provide entertainment value. Full details available at www.am-fm.ca

Between 1966 and 1996, France conducted 193 nuclear tests in Polynesia. During this period, many civilian and military personnel from Paris and Polynesia stayed on islands. Years later some of them have recurrent cancers.

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Larbi Benchiha's new documentary "Greetings from Mururoa"(link is external) (Bons baisers de Moruroa) moved the audience...No doubt it was one the highlights of the 2016 Uranium Film Festival in Berlin.
- Festival Director, 2017 Unranium Film Festival,  Norbert G. Suchanek.
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