a documentary film by Corinne Sullivan
Mutso, a village perched on the Khevsureti mountains in Georgia. It is the last post before the Chechnyan border. There it draws a collective myth, a countryside made of dreams and words.
Brouillon d’un Rêve SCAM
Rencontres cinématographiques de Châteauroux (sélection table ronde professionnelle “Attention : archives en chantiers !”)
Aide à l’écriture de la ville de Nantes.
Ii is through anthropology that Corinne started to make documentary films. In her research, as well as in her documentary projects, such matters as the representation of the Other and the connection to imagination are always at the heart of her questioning. She is currently completing Pirikita Khevsureti and she’s also developing a film entitled The Weddings of Amahani (which got a writing residence at the Femis). She is also working in visual education as a trainer for several cinemas and associations including “Cinésphère”, co-founded with documentary filmmakers.