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A documentary on Tuareg art and poetry for the 3rd millennium

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To resist chaos and meaninglessness, to fight against the loss of imagination, 44 Tuareg poets met for three days and three nights in Agadez, in November 2006. The aim of the gathering was to sketch out and define resonant pathways liberated from the shackles that immobilize their society today, and to re-invent new ways of weaving the present. This documentary captures that meeting. With Pr. Hélène Claudot-Hawad, anthropologist and director of research at the CNRS .

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