The Revolution Won’t Be Televised

The Revolution Won’t Be Televised

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The Revolution Won’t Be Televised | | | | 110 min

Thiat and Kilifeu, Senegalese activists and underground hip-hop singers, lead this one-year revolution against President Wade, until his fall in 2012. But what is beyond a revolution? Will the two friends succeed in their 17-year long quest for recognition as musicians? By highlighting an emerging African urban youth movement, the revolution won’t be televised, but it will be documented.

Awards

Berlinale 2016 FIPRESCI Prize