MUSIC ACROSS BAMBOO’S LAND

MUSIC ACROSS BAMBOO’S LAND

Director : PATRICK KERSALÉ | FULL HD | Duration : 52′ | FR | 2009

Beated bamboos, blown Bamboos, stringed Bamboos, a whole range of sound tools, that help human beings communicate and care for their relations with the world of the invisible. Throughout history and archeology, this documentary gives us the chance to contemplate the creation of a heritage which continues to adapt itself to the needs of society. More

THE SONIC SPLENDOR OF RAJASTHAN

THE SONIC SPLENDOR OF RAJASTHAN

Director : PATRICK KERSALÉ | FULL HD | INDIA | Duration : 26′ | 2013

The traditional musical culture of Rajasthan originally developed in the crux of Hinduism and later, in the shadow of Indo- Muslim, is of a surprisingly rich and rare beauty. Musical instruments and dance poses have not failed to inspire artists when they decorate temples and palaces. More

AKOUNA FARMA, MESSENGER OF THE KINGDOM

AKOUNA FARMA, MESSENGER OF THE KINGDOM

Director : PATRICK KERSALÉ | FULL HD | Duration : 26′ | BURKINA FASO | 2012

Akouna Farma is a traditional singer-songwriter. He lives in the last small kingdom of Burkina Faso: the gan kingdom. Handicapped by his blindness, he did not learn to read or write. Its knowledge, its creation, pass through orality. He moves alone with his harp on long distances through the bush trails to go and liven parties and ceremonies. More

ANGKOR : STILL ALIVE

ANGKOR : STILL ALIVE

Director : PATRICK KERSALÉ | FULL HD | Duration : 52′ | FR | 2011

From India to Bali through Nepal and the historic Indochina, Patrick Kersalé is following the Hinduist and Buddhist expansion. He tracked every living trace of tangible or intangible resurgence from the walls of Angkor, including musical instruments and religious practices for about 15 years. More