An Opera of the World
by Manthia Diawara

APR
11
Screening
8 pm
Greek Film Archive (Tainiothiki), Iera Odos 48 and Megalou Alexandrou 134-136, Athens
MAY
2
Screening
8 pm
Greek Film Archive (Tainiothiki), Iera Odos 48 and Megalou Alexandrou 134-136, Athens
JUN
6
Screening
8 pm
Greek Film Archive (Tainiothiki), Iera Odos 48 and Megalou Alexandrou 134-136, Athens

Bintu Were, A Sahel Opera, staged in Bamako in 2008, beckons meditations on contemporary migration by Fatou Diome, Alexander Kluge, Nicole Lapierre, Richard Sennett, and Diawara himself.

Manthia Diawara, An Opera of the World, Portugal/USA/Mali, 70 min.

April 11: World premiere with the director, Nicole Lapierre, and Richard Sennett

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