An Opera From The Indian Ocean

An Opera From The Indian Ocean

An Opera From The Indian Ocean

An Opera From The Indian Ocean

2012 / France, Madagascar / 96min

In the wings of the opera "Maraina", the film combines history and oral memory, to recount in music the Europeans' discovery of the Indian Ocean.
Written by a Reunion-born composer, “Maraina” tells the story of ten Malagasy and two Frenchmen who landed on this pristine island in the mid-17th century. The film traces the cast's journey to the place where it all began - Fort-Dauphin, in southern Madagascar - where they perform for an audience that has never before seen an opera.

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Details

  • Original title
    L'opera Du Bout Du Monde
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Marie-Clémence & Cesar PAES
  • Dir. of Photo.
    Cesar PAES
  • Editing
    Marie-Clémence & Cesar PAES
  • Music
    Jean-Luc Trulès
  • Sound
    Quentin Becognée, Frédéric Cristea, Gabriel Mathé
  • Duration
    96 min
  • Year
    2012
  • Country
    • France
    • Madagascar
  • Colour
    • Colour
  • Audio Tracks
    FRE
  • Subtitles
    ENG
  • Production
    Laterit productions
    9 rue de Terre-Neuve
    75020 Paris
    France
    tel: +33608776466
    e-mail: laterit@laterit.fr
  • Distribution
    Laterit productions
    9 rue de Terre-Neuve
    75020 Paris
    France
    tel: +33608776466
    e-mail: laterit@laterit.fr

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