How can we transmit to children the desire to read? How to create a passion for language, for the verb? How can we encourage kids to tell a story, to discover a story?
This is the story about a precocious teenager from the Narragansett tribe fighting bias and betrayal in his community to take a leadership position in the emerging Native American two-spirit advocacy movement.
16 feature films, TV shows episodes, dozens of music videos and two documentaries were shot in the ciy of La Noue, near Paris. Most of those films depict the suburbs, its inhabitants, its issues, its story and stories.
How can we imagine an imam, a rabbi, a priest, a pastor, a Buddhist, and public officials talking together about secularism, abortion, the place of women in society, or religious extremism, with total freedom of speech and tone, in terms that are accessible to all? By pushing the door of Emouna, the Amphi of religions, and spending a year amongst them.