DCP - HD - 2012 - France - 93 min - Color
An African Awakening
Sababou (original title)
A film by Samir Benchikh
It is the story of 4 people struggling in Africa in order to change their life …
Each one on his level, they set up ambitious projects.
There is Tiken Jah Fakoly who tries to convince that positive Africa exists. Singer recognized worldwide, he mobilizes politicians on peace actions and tries to support and represent the voice of all these unknown persons who act in everyday life. Among these unknown persons, there are Rosine, Michel and Diabson who have the same purpose … fighting for education, justice and culture.
FRENCH RELEASE THE SEPTEMBER 6TH 2013
After university studies devoted to the cinema, Samir Benchikh began his first movie about a journey of discovery in Africa, "Ivory Coast, Diary." He then worked on the documentary "Square Feet" which dealt with the issue of housing rights. It rises in parallel production company Docker Films, to develop and activists challenging topics. "An African Revolution" is his first feature documentary and an extension of his early work in Africa.
Original language: French
Produced by: Docker Films