Open Sky
Inès Compan
2010 - 94 min - HDCam - Couleur - France

""I like this story a lot", says the woman after reading about David’s battle with Goliath. The struggle of the earthen pot against the iron pot is a little her own, and her family’s, the Kollas, abandoned by the Argentine government and chased off their lands so that the multinational, Silver Standard, can operate its open-cast silver mine. In the villages, Silver Standard’s PRs (dynamic women with dazzling smiles, and a Judas’ kiss to boot) prepare the ground with a well-rehearsed discourse on regional development and environmental protection. Underlying these bitter negotiations is the clash between two irreconcilable conceptions of the world. On one side, an earth that is no more than a substance to be mined and. on the other, a goddess, Pacha Mama, immense under the skies." (Yann Lardeau)



Author-Director : Inès Compan
Photography : Inès Compan, Martin Ducros
Sound : Samuel Lietmann, Pablo Demarco
Editing : Virginie de Véricourt
Original Music : Emmanuel Blanc
Delegate Producer : Mosaïque films
Co-producer : Le Hamac rouge
Co-producer : Wide Management Enterprise

Distribution


Distributor : Wide Management Enterprise
Circulation-Consultation : BPI (Bibliothèque publique d'information)
Disponible au Club du doc

Distinctions

2010 - Cinéma du réel, Paris (France) : Panorama français
2010 - Rencontres avec le Cinéma d’Amérique Latine, Toulouse (France) : Sélection
2010 - Images en bibliothèques, Paris (France) : Film soutenu par la Commission nationale de sélection des médiathèques