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À pleine voix / Moun An Ba La


À pleine voix / Moun An Ba La
10-10-2023 6:00 pm
Spadina Theatre Free

Event Description

Alongside the Bubbles exhibition, two films will be screened back-to-back at the Spadina Theatre:


A pleine voix : 


Saïda Ouchaou Ozarowski


Muslim women disturb, intrigue and polarize, trapped in a straitjacket forged by an amalgam of front-page stories. While the media like to portray them as submissive and silenced, director Saïda Ouchaou-Ozarowski preferred to distance herself from this caricatured image, with which she does not identify. She went to meet six Canadian women of the Muslim faith, ready to discuss what has shaped their identity. The documentary À pleine voix takes an intimate look at the journeys of these women, all of whom share a common desire to share their vision of Islam.

As the film progresses, we see that the protagonists not only challenge our perceptions of these too-often stigmatized communities, but demonstrate that beyond our differences, we are all in search of freedom and fairness.



Moun An Ba La


Katia Café Fébrissy


This hybrid documentary combines cinéma vérité and ethereal experimental narrative to explore the question "Where do I belong?" through the prism of modern black immigration. In the film, we witness an intimate conversation between a French-speaking mother-to-be of Martinican descent based in Toronto and the filmmaker, during which the young woman makes sense of her identity after becoming a Canadian citizen, while delving deeper into what community means. Moved by a host of emotions she hadn't anticipated during the shoot, the filmmaker responds to what this film has awakened in her, through a visual poem she recounts, sometimes in French, sometimes in Creole, in which she reflects on her own identity and sense of place, as a Canadian of Guadeloupean origin born in France.


The screening will be followed by a discussion with the directors, co-hosted by Kama-Laure Kaba and Bruno Boëz.



  • Box office also available on-site!
  • Doors will open only 20 minutes before the event.
  • Doors will be closed 10 minutes after the beginning of the event.
  • Don't bring food and beverages.
  • Enjoy the event!


Merci and see you soon! 





Event Information

Event Date 10-10-2023 6:00 pm
Individual Price Free
Location Spadina Theatre
Categories Cinema

Venue Information - Spadina Theatre

Created by Hariri Pontarini Architects, the Alliance Française Toronto theatre opened in the spring of 2014. Since then, more than 200 artists and events have been held there all year long, within a warm and intimate atmosphere. This 147-seat auditorium invites you to join us for musical performances of all genres, as well as film screenings, lectures, and stage plays.

Entrance to the theatre is on Lowther Avenue. The doors open 20 minutes prior to the beginning of each event.

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Wheelchair Access

A number of seats have been specifically set aside for people in wheelchairs or for those with disabilities. They are available upon request. Please inform the Alliance Française team upon arriving to the event. Washrooms are accessible.

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