100% DAKAR – More Than Art, dir. Sandra Krampelhuber (Austria/Senegal 2014)
Directed and produced by Sandra Krampelhuber; Camera: Ina Fischer, Sandra Krampelhuber; Sound: Ina Fischer; Editor: Dieter Strauch.
Original Language: French. Subtitles: English, German. Time: 62 min.
Screening time of full version in Obieg: from 11.07. to 18.08.2016
100% DAKAR – more than art is a portrait about the creative arts scene in Dakar, Senegal. Dakar booms with live and this energy can also be found in the creative, artistic and cultural expressions of the city. Many young artists in Dakar took on the role as agents of change of their generation. 100% Dakar visits fashion designers, Hip Hop musicians, graffiti artists, a photographer, an art blogger, dancers and many other artists and cultural entrepreneurs who stand for creativity, passion, social conscience and a collective, creative fight against all economic and political burdens in the sense of “l’union fait la force” (“unity is strength”).
With: Amadou Fall Ba / Africulturban; Akya Sy / Wakh’art; Selly Raby Kane / SRK; Doulsy / Jahgal; Baay Sooley / Bull Doff; Laure Tarot / Bull Doff; Didier Awadi; Madzoo; Moona; PPS The Writah; Mao; Prod; Ben-J; Docta; Omar Victor Diop; Andréya Ouamba; Fatou Cissé.
Sandra Krampelhuber is an Austrian Cultural Anthropologist. She graduated from the University of Vienna in 2002. Since then she is interested in the various fileds of cultural and artistic productions in African and African Diaspora countries. In 2006 she directed the music documentary QUEENS OF SOUND about females in the Jamaican music industry. The film was shown at film festivals worldwide. It was also in 2006 that she travelled to Dakar, Senegal for her first time and after many encounters with Senegalese artists and musicians over the years, she decided to portray this thriving scene in her film 100% Dakar. Recently she directed documentary Accra Power (2016, 49min, Austria/Ghana).