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Errance sans retour

Documentary
Films available onlineSpotlight on Quebec cinema presented by Hydro-Québec

Available:From June 3 at noon to June 10 2021


 Poster of Errance sans retour

Ted Rogers Best Feature Length Documentary | Prix Écrans Canadiens | 2021
Best Documentary – Gala Québec Cinéma (IRIS) – 2021
People’s Choice Award, Feature Film – Festival de cinéma de la ville de Québec – FCVQ, Canada
Winner, GLOBAL DOCS – DocsMX, Mexique
Best Documentary – Festival international du cinéma francophone en Acadie (FICFA)

In the course of a few months in 2017, the Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh became the most populated in the world. Out of sight, nearly 700,000 people from the Rohingya Muslim minority fled their country, Myanmar (formerly Burma), to escape genocide and seek asylum in this refugee camp. Wandering, a Rohingya Story plunges us into the merciless reality of life in this gigantic camp. A documentary that is both deeply captivating and poetic, where drama meets light, where poetry and words of Rohingya refugee Kala Miya (Kalam) guide and enlighten us on the intricacies of this place that appears to have been frozen in time.

Source: IMDB

Screenplay

Olivier Higgins, Mélanie Carrier

Country

Canada - Québec

Year

2020

Duration

1h27

Category

Documentary

Language

Rohingya, subtitled in French

Distribution

Spira
View the trailer Press kit

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Want to know more? Watch the presentation of “Errance sans retour” by the film’s directors, Mélanie Carrier and Olivier Higgins.

The presentation is available in French only.