Meet and Greet with Bruno Moynié

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Zeitgeist 1618 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd. New Orleans, LA

Join us for a screening of Le Sens de sa Place / A sens of Place and discussion with the director, Bruno Moynié, about French-speaking black Africans caught up in the racial divide of American society.  Dr. Ibrahima Seck, Preservation Historian at the Whitney Plantation, the first museum focusing on slavery in the United States, and participant in the film will also be present for the discussion to follow the film screening.
May 21
6pm to 8pm
General admission $8
Students $7
Zeitgeist members $6
AFNO members $3
Red beans and rice will be served!
Film will be shown in French with English Subtitles

Bruno Moynié is a seasoned ethnographer and television director with extensive practice in cinéma-vérité film production.  Academically trained in France and Canada, Bruno is well grounded in the fields of visual anthropology and ethnographic film. His experience and his training give him unique capacities to immerse himself in different places and capture genuine human activities from up close. He also has a gift for connecting with and cultivating a highly reliable web of collaborators worldwide that can be called upon for larger projects.

Bruno divides his time between Toronto, Paris, and the American Deep South where he pursues a lifelong personal interest in Blues and Old School R&B.


This Meet and Greet is part of our Tricentennial Series. #300ans