Hommage to Luc de Heusch

LES AMIS DU PLAISIR

Friends of Amusement

Luc de Heusch
Belgium 1961 | 27 Min. | 35 mm, fr. OF
Q&A with: Luc de Heusch
Ethno-fic­tion: The soci­o­log­i­cal por­trait of a little vil­lage in Bel­gium and the pas­sion of its inhab­i­tants for ama­teur the­atre. In 1895 the the­atre group ‘Les amis du plaisir’ was found­ed. … read more

LES AMIS DU PLAISIR TRENTE ANS APRÈS

Friends of Amusement Thirty Years after

Luc de Heusch
Belgium 1995 | 44 Min. | 35 mm, fr. OF
Q&A with: Luc de Heusch
Thirty years ago Luc de Heusch was doc­u­ment­ing the people of Moul­baix at their work and indulging their pas­sion: play­ing the­atre. Now de Heusch comes back to visit the »elders« … read more

LES GESTES DU REPAS

Eating Behaviour

Luc de Heusch
Belgium 1958 | 23 Min. | 35 mm, fr. OF
Q&A with: Luc de Heusch
This sar­cas­tic ethno­graph­ic film reflects the image of eating mankind. We are pass­ing the eighth part of every day having a meal. The rhythm of ali­men­ta­tion at Brus­sels. A wed­ding … read more

RWANDA: TABLEAUX D’UNE FEODALITE PASTORALE

Rwanda - Image of a Feudalism Pastoral

Luc de Heusch
Belgium 1955 | 45 Min. | 16 mm, fr. OF
Q&A with: Luc de Heusch
This film recon­structs the social rela­tion­ship among Hutu farm­ers and Tutsi herds­men in the king­dom of Rwanda after 1900, when the effect of coloni­sa­tion was less vis­i­ble. Misago, a poor … read more

SUR LES TRACES DU RENARD PÂLE

RECHERCHES EN PAY DOGON 1931-1983

Luc de Heusch
Belgium 1984 | 48 Min. | 16 mm, OmeU
Q&A with: Luc de Heusch
This film tells the story of the intel­lec­tu­al adven­tures of Marcel Gri­aule, the founder of social anthro­po­log­i­cal field­work in France. Since 1931 he ded­i­cat­ed his life to the Dogon, today … read more

UNE REPUBLIQUE DEVENUE FOLLE - RWANDA 1894-1994

A Republic Country is going crazy - Rwanda 1894-1994

Luc de Heusch
Belgium 1996 | 75 Min. | BetaSP, OmeU
Q&A with: Luc de Heusch
In 1954 Luc de Heusch shot a film illus­trat­ing the tra­di­tion­al rela­tion­ship between Tutsi herds­men and Hutu farm­ers in the ancient Cen­tral African king­dom of Rwanda. He now tells the … read more