On the eve of postponed Congolese elections, two Congolese and two Belgian cineastes make a film about Kinshasa and its resistance against the legacies of colonialism. The four filmmakers want to tell a story together, but having grown up on other sides of history, they have different views on how to tell that story. What should it look like? Who should be in it? For whom is it made? Faire-part is the search of four filmmakers for a way to portray the city. Through filming artistic performances in public spaces, they paint a provocative picture of Kinshasa and its relations with the rest of the world.
Collectif faire-part is an ensemble of Belgian & Congolese filmmakers. The collective wants to tell new stories about Kinshasa, about Brussels, and relations between the two. Anne Reijniers, Nizar Saleh, Paul Shemisi and Rob Jacobs are the members of the collective.
The screening will be followed by the debate "Système K" with : Freddy Tsimba (artist), Vitshois Mwilambwe (artist; founder of KinArt Studio), Géraldine Tobe (artist), Renaud Barret (director), Jolie Ngemi (choreographer) and KOKOKO!, Rob Jacobs (Collectif Faire Part).
Moderator: Véronique Rieffel (curator).