Documentary, directed by : Jo Béranger, Edith Patrouilleau, Hugues Poulain, writing credits : Jo Béranger, Edith Patrouilleau, Hugues Poulain, produced by : Marc Boyer, Isabelle Chesneau, Christian Pfohl, cinematography by : Hugues Poulain, (2018), 1h 32mn.
Beside the New - Orleans carnival Black Indians parad in their own wardrobes made with pearls ans material. The come from fugitive African - American who have founded a safe place among the Natives and have integrated their tribes. The Black Indians march on the Called Response music a kind of jazz and live in Congo street burrough. Like all the New - Orleans inhabitants their culture have been deeply touch by the Katrina hurricane but it succeeds to stay stronger in spite of that. The film director Jo Béranger has involved a lot in this documentary who is the second she has directed. Jo died during the shooting and the cinematographer Hugues Poulain with the help of the Native specialist Edith Patrouilleau have decided to finish it.