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 Fer et verre

Fer et verre

A Short film by Ousmane William Mbaye

Produced by Les Films Mame Yandé

Production year : 2005

    Synopsis

    A portrait of the Senegalese artist Germaine Anta Gaye, who combines the strength and fragility of materials to create contemporary works in the purest Suwer tradition. Mixing all sorts of techniques, she sculpts metals, cuts, engraves and paints on glass, frames enamels and stained glass in her Fer et Verre (Iron and Glass) workshop. She tries to reconcile her passion for art and her faith in the Muslim religion in which she says she finds the basis of her equilibrium.

    Participant

    Production and distribution (2)

    Executive Producer :

    Les Films Mame Yandé

    Co-production :

    Autoproduction

    Photos (4)

    Full credits (10)

    Executive Producer :

    Ousmane William Mbaye

    Screenwriter :

    Ousmane William Mbaye

    Director of Photography :

    Ousmane William Mbaye

    Music Composers :

    Abdullah Ibrahim Trio, Mop, Oum Kalsoum, Pape et Cheikh, Baaba Maal

    Sound mixer :

    Myriam René

    Sound Recordist :

    Ousmane William Mbaye

    Co-producer :

    Laurence Attali

    Editor :

    Laurence Attali

    Grader :

    Matthieu Poirot-Delpech

    Participant :

    Anta Germaine Gaye

    Technical details

    Short film

    Genres :

    Documentary

    Sub-genre :

    Portrait

    Themes :

    Art

    Production language :

    French

    Coproducer countries :

    Senegal, France

    Original French-language productions :

    Unspecified

    Nationality :

    Minority French (Senegal, France)

    Production year :

    2005

    Runtime :

    29 min

    Production formats :

    DV - DV-CAM

    Color type :

    Color

    Aspect ratio :

    16/9

    Audio format :

    Stereo

    Rating restrictions :

    None