Daughter of Keltoum (La Fille de Keltoum)
February 24, 2017 6.30pm, £5 Adults £4 Concession
Directed by Mehdi Charef, 2001.
A young woman, Rallia, raised in Switzerland, travels to an isolated Berber settlement located in the Atlas Mountains of Algeria. Rallia’s journey is one of multi-tiered discovery in terms of her relationship to her extended family, traditional Berber culture and her desperate need to locate her biological mother.
Charef captures windswept vistas of a faraway mountain range with wide camera angles that frame the harsh environs and the desperate daily search for water, the responsibility of the resilient women of the Berber tribe.
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This screening has been put on with Rabbits Road Institute in collaboration with Maghreb Ciné‘s. This new film club will screen films of the Maghreb in North West Africa and its diasporas.