Camille

par Philippe  -  31 Octobre 2019, 08:52

Camille

Drama, directed by : Boris Lojkine, writing credits : Boris Lojkine, Bojina Panyatova, produced by : Olivier Colin, Bruno Nahon, Caroline Nataf, cinematography : Elin Kirschfink, music : Eric Bentz, film editing : Xavier Sirven, cast : Nina Meurisse, Fiacre Bindala, Bruno Todeschini, Grégoire Colin, Augustin Legrand, ... (2019), 1h 30mn.

 

Deeply interested by photojournalism and ready to take some risks for living her passion the photographer Camille Lepage has printed the Central African Republic history. She traines herself covering the South Soudanese war where she photographs the forgotten tragedy living by people. Some famous medias like AFP, AP, BBC, the Guardian or the Sunday Times will publish her pictures. The commitment of the war photographer always inspires the film directors and the documentarist Boris Lojkine known by the fiction "Hope" (2014) speaks with truth about the eight last months of this photographer. Camille Lepage succeeds to build a strong connection with Central Africans because she respects some codes (humor, courtesy, respect) and doesn't hesitate to give some help to the censored journalists. Like Boris Lojkine shows she arrives in Central African Republic when a religion war happens between christians (Balakas) and muslims (Selekas) with the purpose to be a witness. The film director integrate Camille Lepage picture and TV archives for underlining a deep commitment ended in 12 May 2014 in Ngambongo near the border between the Central African Republic and the Cameroon. Boris Lojkine put together around the main actress Nina Meurisse some people who have live the events integrating strong pictures and dialogs. The Camille Lepage killing incites the UN Security Council to adopt a resolution in which it demands to judge the killers but it will be never apply.

The photojournalist and war journalist Camille Lepage.

The photojournalist and war journalist Camille Lepage.

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great cover photo for hope phillipe, well done
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