Luck Ambinintsoa RAZANAJAONA
Jeune r√©alisateur de 26 ans, dipl√īm√© de L'Ecole Sup√©rieure des Arts Visuels de Marrakech, Luck Ambinintsoa Razanajaona a r√©alis√© plusieurs court-m√©trages et documentaires. Il a particip√© en 2012 au Talent Campus organis√© dans le cadre du Festival de Berlin.
"Pendant l'ind√©pendance malgache, les id√©es, la force, la col√®re et le surnaturel ont tous contribu√© √† un cocktail explosif visant les envahisseurs. Mais, en fin de compte, la guerre a-t-elle chang√© quelque chose ?"
At 26 years of age, Luck Ambinintsoa Razanajaona, who graduated from the Marrakech School of Visual Arts, has already directed several short films and documentaries. In 2012, he took part in the Berlin International Film Festival's Talent Campus.
The struggle for independence in Madagascar was when ideas, strength, rage and the supernatural combined to create an explosive cocktail defeating the invaders, but in the end, did the war really change things?
Razanajaona Luck graduated from the Marrakech School of Visual Art, and is a Berlinale & Durban Talent alumnus. He was selected for the FADS in Amiens film festival 2012, and the Hail√© Gerima workshop LAFF in 2014. His two shorts Zebu de Dadilahy and MADAMA ESTHER were selected for several film festivals and won first prize at JCC Carthage, Fespaco, RFC Madagascar.
He completed a new short MEMORIES, and worked simultaneously on CHANTS DE TLOUS (Pavillion des Cinemas du Monde 2012 / √Čclair Group prize, Moulin d'And√© Residency), and DISCO AFRIKA (Step Fund Prize at Luxor AFF 2015).