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From divisive Tunisian politics and radical Cuban media to Colombian national narratives, this assemblage of short films grapples with our collective notions of history, as well as the ever-permeating nature of social and political change.

A group of women gather at Saïda’s, a hairdresser, on the eve of Tunisia’s 2019 presidential election. The camera is a fly on the wall in Sarra El Abed’s whimsical film, as the salon transforms into a town square, offering an intimate look at the country’s burgeoning democracy.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    19 minutes
  • Language
    French, Arabic
  • Country
  • Premiere
    British Columbia
  • Director
    Sarra El Abed
  • Producer
    Isabelle Grignon-Francke
  • Music
    Ilya Ghafouri