Inside the Labyrinth

Director: 
Caroline D’Hondt
Cinematography: 
Caroline D’Hondt
Sound: 
Paul Heymans
Editing: 
Caroline D’Hondt
Production: 
Daniel de Valck
Anne Deligne
Cobra Films
avec l'aide de la FWB
Country: 
Duration: 
75Min
Year of production: 
2016
Movies language: 
Subtitles language (s): 
Schedule: 
Sat, 25/03/2017 -
19:00 to 20:15
Location: 
Cinéma Galeries
Synopsis: 

The Indians Tohono O’odham’s territory is located on the border between the State of Arizona and Mexico. This desert is now a transit corridor for migrants. Walls have been erected, like many elsewhere in the world, but they cannot prevent migrants to crossfrom crossing, or men to helpfrom helping them. From the Tohono O’odham tribe, Mike, a former Navy soldier, devotes his free time to help them in this difficult crossing, in order to save preserve and to hand over the ancestral values of his people : the respect of Human beings and Nature.

Bio Director: 

Caroline D’Hondt is a Belgian filmmaker who graduated from the film school IAD (Institut des Arts de Diffusion). After working as a director and production assistant on different projects, she directed short films and, various documentaries, and is currently developing feature film projects. She considers the cinema as a process that is intimately connected to the relationship that unites people in the world and questions the human beingcondition.

Caroline D'Hondt (filmmaker)