Mercredi 20
Novembre

2013

  • projection
Brass - avenue Van Volxem 364 - Forest
11 am > 6 pm - free entrance

Café Frima*s #2

Around a fireplace, a bar, some soup, a sound menu, a TV program, readings, a small library, talks, stories, and sometimes music...
These are the ingredients of Café Frima*s, an initiative of Taraxacum asbl & erow projects, which converts twice a week the engine room of the Brass in a large warm lounge.
Every month, in collaboration with Taraxacum, 68 Septante chooses a film from its catalog, La Vidéothèque Nomade, for the TV program.

In november we invite you to discover Marie-Louise Sarr’s film : Food chain (28’ - 2008 - BE/SN)

Each day, the Gaston Berger university restaurant in Senegal provides food for more than 5000 students.
A food chain that works from dawn to dusk.
This film shows the patient and careful processing of food as well as the working bodies of all those who are preparing and serving the meals.

avec le soutien de La Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, la Commission communautaire française et le Centre du Cinéma et de l'Audiovisuel


design : Pierre Lecrenier - développement : tacticasbl