Après nous ne restera que la terre brûlée

Director: 
Delphine Fedoroff
Cinematography: 
Delphine Fedoroff
Sound: 
Empire Digital
Editing: 
Hervé Brindel
Production: 
Sep Stigo Films
Country: 
Duration: 
80Min
Year of production: 
2014
Movies language: 
Subtitles language (s): 
Schedule: 
Sat, 21/03/2015 -
20:30 to 21:50
Location: 
CIVA
Synopsis: 

After the Chernobyl disaster in 1986, one of the worst environmental disasters in history, residents refused to integrate into an exclusion zone. They persisted in living on their lands, perpetuating their tradition and tales. Twenty-five years later, as the members of this community look back at their past, what do they see? What do their grandchildren think of it? What are the reasons to stay or leave? It is in the village of Dytiaky, on the edge of the "zone", with these "revenants" and their families, that Delphine Fedoroff explores those questions.

Bio Director: 

Delphine Fedoroff was born in Liège in 1980. Quite early on, she moved into photography and fine arts after studying art-therapy. She co-directed a documentary short film with Laurent Gélise as part of workshops on contemporary art. Later, she directed a short film, Itinérances, which is based on an original work of composer Phil Maggi, and which was selected for the Film Fest Gent. She also made an experimental short film based on a performance by the same composer: Etoffe-parole, as part of the exhibition “Ars justicia”. In 2014, after years of work, she finalised her first feature-length documentary film: Après nous ne restera que la terre brûlée.