Films byTexts by Sarah Maldoror
Sarah Maldoror, 1972, 105’

The story of the repression of a member of the Angolan liberation movement and his endless search for his wife with his son, revealing of how the bureaucratic logic of colonialism works.


Sarah Maldoror, 1976, 52’

In Aimé Césaire, un homme une terre, Sarah Maldoror paints a portrait of her friend Aimé Césaire, who was a Martinican poet, politician, essayist, activist and one of the founders of the négritude movement, a progressive artistic and political current that defended black culture.

Sarah Maldoror, 1978, 13’

Et les chiens se taisaient is based on recorded excerpts from a play of the same name by the Martinican poet and politician Aimé Césaire (1913–2008) about the life of a man, a revolutionary, relived by him at the moment of death in the middle of a great collective disaster.