Ethereality

Stranded in space for thirty years. How does it feel to finally come home? A reflection about migration and the sense of belonging. Directed by Kantarama Gahigiri, a Rwandan filmmaker, the film has been selected at Chicago International Film Festival (2020), and screened previously at Clermont-Ferrand (2020) and Kurzfilmtage Winterthur (2019).

  • Ticket Price: R20.00
  • Genre: Film
  • Duration (minutes): 15mins
  • Release Date: July 28, 2021 00:01 - July 30, 2021 23:59

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PRODUCTION CREDITS

Director: Kantarama GAHIGIRI
Script: Kantarama GAHIGIRI
Cinematography: Daniel BLEUER
Editor: Manuel Viktor TROXLER
Sound: Kathleen MOSER
Music: Adrien «Gystère» Peskine
Production: Langfilm

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Kantarama Gahigiri is a Rwandan filmmaker holding a Master’s Degree in both Cinema and International Relations. She is currently developing the feature film Tanzanite, a futuristic, female driveneco-conscious odyssey that takes place in 2045 Kenya. Kantarama wrote and directed Ethereality, a short film about migration and the sense of belonging. The film has been selected at Chicago International Film Festival (2020), and screened previously at Clermont-Ferrand (2020) and Kurzfilmtage Winterthur (2019). Tapis Rouge, her first feature has been screened and awarded worldwide including TV5Monde Best Francophone Feature Film and Best Directing Awards, followed by a theatrical release in Switzerland and in France (2017). Kantarama is an alumna of Realness Institute Residency (South Africa 2018), Artists in Residency – AIR (Australia 2019), La Fabrique Cinéma at 72nd Cannes Film Festival (2019), Zurich Film Festival Masterclass (Switzerland 2019), 5x5x5 Residency at Kurzfilmtage Winterthur (Switzerland 2019), and of Le Moulin d’Andé – CÉCI Residency (France 2020).