LE JOUR OÙ J’AI DÉCOUVERT QUE JANE FONDA ÉTAIT BRUNE
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I ask my mother about her past feminist commitment, and why she made a child on her own. She doesn’t answer me. I want to pierce the mystery of my mother. I discover the women’s movement of the 1970s, an activist feminist cinema, and the woman filmmaker that I am changes.
“In total it is a composite film, which goes a little in all directions. But that’s why he’s so captivating, so seductive, so attractive. And that’s why it’s unforgettable.”
20th Doclisboa International Film Festival, Portugal, Cross-Sectional Competition, New Talent Award – 2022
Anna Salzberg is a filmmaker, sound recordist and sound editor. She likes to mix genres and work with super 8 and 16 mm film. Anna studied social and political science. She has also directed sound documentaries for ARTE Radio. She is a member of the artisanal laboratories l’Etna and l’Abominable, where she works with super 8 and 16mm film. She is a member of the Scotcheuses (a film collective that makes super 8 films in places of struggle, such as at the Notre-Dame-des-Landes zad and at Bure), and of various feminist collectives.