FIFIB - The Bordeaux International Independent Film Festival
2 rue Simon Bauer
Carte blanche to Jabulile Nadia Newman
September 23, 8:30pm, Projection of L’indomptable feu du printemps
September 30, 10:30am, Selection of short films
Carte blanche to Jabulile Nadia Newman. A programme of contemporary South African short films. A screening of This is not a burial, it's a resurrection directed by Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese. Skype discussion with the director at the end of the meeting.
• Project participants : Jabulile Nadia Newman (South Africa), Natacha Seweryn (France)
• Place : Cinéma Utopia - 5 place Camille Julian - 33000 Bordeaux
From 3 to 13 October 2021
Development residency for Jabulile Nadia Newman's new feature film project.
• Project participants : Aurore Claverie (France) - Jabulile Nadia Newman (South Africa) - Natacha Seweryn (France)
• Place : La Métive - 2 rue Simon Bauer - 23150 Moutier-d'Ahun
From 13 to 18 October 2021
A five days workshop with art students from Bordeaux. The objective is to make a short film based on the model of the web-series "Foxy Five", directed by Jabulile, in which 5 women go to war against the patriarchy. Each participant will have to identify something they want to see disappear in society and will make a short film showing how they put it into practice.
• Project participants : Jabulile Nadia Newman (South Africa), Natacha Seweryn (France), école des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux (France)
About Jabulile Nadia Newman (South Africa)
Jabu Nadia Newman is an artist who works through the mediums of photography and film. Using an agenda of pushing intersectional feminism her work is largely based on the different and complex identities of South African womxn. The creator of SA’s newest feminist web series The Foxy Five, which has been featured on prestigious media platforms as Okayafrica, Mail & Guardian, The Citypress and others which completed 6 episodes between June 2016 and June 2017. Since then, she is developing different projets about photography and cinema.
About FIFIB - The Bordeaux International Independent Film Festival
The Bordeaux International Independent Film Festival, known as FIFIB, defends world independent cinema. It defends all forms of independence: of spirit, freedom of creation and innovation. For the past 8 years, the festival has benefited from the presence of prestigious representatives of world cinema, artists and musicians who have come to defend the independence of spirit and creation in Bordeaux.