Bleu Blanc Rouge de mes cheveux (Le)

  • Bleu Blanc Rouge de mes cheveux (Le)
Genre : Drama
Type : Fiction
Original title :
Principal country concerned : Column : Cinema/tv
Year of production : 2016
Format : Short
Running time : 21 (in minutes)

Seventeen-year-old Seyna, a teenager of Cameroonian descent, is passionate about the history of France, the country where she was born and which she loves deeply. She has passed her baccalauréat and she will soon come of age. Seyna aspires to only one thing: to get her French citizenship. But her father, Amidou, is vehemently opposed to this.

A film by Josza Anjembe

France, 2016, Fiction, 21 mins, Drama, Color

starring Grace Seri, Augustin Ruhabura, Mata Gabin

First short film

Themes : Family, Identity, Immigration, Travel

Production language : French
Production year : 2016
Production country : France
Runtime : 21 min 30 seconds
Visa number : 143.081
Production formats : HD 4K
Audio format : Digital 5.1

Executive Producer: Nelson Ghrénassia

Director: Josza Anjembe
Screenwriter: Josza Anjembe
Director of Photography: Noé Bach
Sound Recordist: Martin de Torcy
Editor: Clémence Diard
Sound Editor: Arnaud Marten
Music Composer: Jan Vysocky
Continuity supervisor: Marie Maurin
Production Manager: Vincent Levéry
Costume designer: Yvette Ebengue
Production Designer: Juliette Bigoteau
Assistant director: Olivia Baslé
Assistant Operator: Cyrille Hubert
Foley artist: André Fèvre
Sound Mixer: Matthieu Langlet

Executive Production: Yukunkun Productions

Film exports/foreign sales: L'Agence du court métrage

2016 | Festival international du court-métrage de Palm Springs (Etats-unis, 2016)
* Won: HP Bridging the Borders Award


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