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    Cannes Review: Killer Dance Moves and Crime In Simple, Formulaic 'Grigris'

    Chad-based director Mahamat-Saleh Haroun's last feature, the Cannes-winning "A Screaming Man," involved father-son tensions against the backdrop of civil war. By comparison, his followup "Grigris" is something of a letdown, though it works well enough on the scale of a basic character study. The mov...

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    DVD/VOD Review - Mahamat Saleh Haroun’s 'Un Homme Qui Crie' ('A Screaming Man')

    As you’re probably aware if you were anywhere near this site earlier in 2010, Mahamat Saleh Haroun’s Un Homme Qui Crie (A Screaming Man) won the Jury Prize at Cannes Film Festival that year.

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    Mahamat Saleh Haroun's 'Abouna' - African Boys Need Love Too

    One of my favourite African films is Abouna (Our Father), by Mahamat Saleh Haroun, which I first saw about 5 years ago on TV. It came on about an hour before I was due to go out to meet up with a friend... I was about 40 minutes late - having started, I just had to watch the film till the end. Set i...

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    Mahamat-Saleh Haroun Talks Inspiration, Building A Film School In Chad, Jude Law's Interest In Working w/ Him, More...

    An interview with Chadian auteur, an really the country's best-known filmmaker, Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, is one that I hope I'll one day get, because I have so many questions I'd like to ask him - about his films, cinema of Chad, African cinema at-large, and more.

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    Africa At The Oscars: Best Foreign Language Film Submissions From The Continent - Chad

    Continuing on with the series... but first, a recap...

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