Tristian Goik décrypte les cris de résistance qui traversent le cinéma d'animation ... Il évoque RIOT dans cet article "Defiance in animation" pour ASIFA MAGAZINE :
I attended one protest rally in New York City this year, and I will never forget the people’s signs. Whether they used markers or printed out memes, everyone held posters just above their heads. They used only their hands; we had heard that any sort of pole would be viewed as aggressive.
Some animation is also defiantly...not animated. Riot (Frank Ternier, France 2017) mixes live action actors watching a video on their phone with graphic animation of a vigilante street shooting. In an ugly mess of anger and resentment, the drawings of nameless people in dark French suburbs switch to footage of an elderly black woman crying.
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