2013 Berlin International Film Festival Selection and
Winner of the Gold Stallion Award for Best Picture and Best Actor at FESPACO
Director Alain Gomis will be in attendance for a Q & A following the screening
"Spiritual, soulful and captivating" —The Hollywood Reporter
"Williams is a solid presence anchoring the movie with great ease." —Variety
"A metaphysical film of rare sensorial power (...) a beautiful fable of initiation." —Le Monde
At the same time, joyous, subtle, and tragic, Tey is a powerful fairytale. In a village outside Dakar, the gods—or the stars, or destiny, have spoken: Satché must die by the end of the day. Until nightfall, the film follows him making his goodbyes to those around him—his family, his lover, his children, his wife. Initially feted by his community with an enthusiasm tainted by melancholy, Satché, the one chosen to disappear, soon finds himself set apart from those closest to him, in beautiful scenes that seek to show those elements of friendship, desire, sadness, affection, and anger that are usually left unsaid. —BelleMoon Productions
When & Where
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● A Graduate Student-run screening series of new sneak previews, LA premieres, and cult
or classic repertory films that runs twice weekly throughout the UCLA academic year. Films are frequently accompanied by special guests, cast or crew, Q&A sessions and more.
● Funded by the Graduate Students Association and ASUCLA Student Interaction Fund.