12
June
Sat
19:30 - 20:45 | 8 Schauspielhaus Graz HAUS EINS | French, German & Lingala (with German and English subtitles) | Work in progress

Coltan-Fieber: Connecting People

A theatre film in coproduction of peaches&rooster, africologneFESTIVAL, Theater im Bauturm Köln and Schauspielhaus Graz
€ 18 / € 9 (red.)
Tickets available HERE

This film follows the tracks of the ore coltan around the globe: from the mines of the DR Congo via the smelting plants of China and Malaysia to the shops and customers across the world. At the film’s core is the story of Congolese artist Yves Ndagano, a former child soldier and mine worker in a coltan mine in the eastern part of the DR Congo. Ndagano returns to the places of his childhood for the first time. With the help of a puppet, he tells his story at original locations: his school, the place where he was kidnapped and the coltan mines of Goma and Bukavu. He seeks to confront his own biography, re-writing and continuing it.
French, German & Lingala (with German and English subtitles)
 
A Film by Yves Ndagano & Jan-Christoph Gockel
With Patrick Joseph, Gianni La Rocca, Laurenz Leky, Ernestine M’Kajabika, Léontine M’Kajabika, Yves Ndagano & Michael Pietsch
Camera TD Jack Muhindo, Eike Zuleeg & Christian Hennecke
Sound Tavis Jean-Batiste
Lighting & Camera Assistance Shabani Abdalah
Editing Christoph Otto
Puppet Construction Michael Pietsch
Project Management Kathrin K. Liess
Set Assistance DR Congo Muhindo Nathalie
Set Assistance Munich Claudia Kaunzner
International Teams Atifa Akbari (Lesbos), Bernard Akoi-Jackson (Ghana), Maman Iro Abdoul Aziz (Niger), Yves Peter Kijyana (Ruanda), Gianni La Rocca (Belgien), Tiago Seither Afonso (Kolumbien), and others

Gefördert durch das Ministerium für Kultur und Wissenschaft des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen, NRW Landesbüro Freie Darstellende Künste, Auswärtiges Amt Deutschland, Partnerschaftsverein Rheinland-Pfalz / Ruanda e.V., Shift Phone & Schauspielhaus Graz.