donderdag 22 maart 2012 - 21:15
Q&A with Jean-Michel Claude, director of the Frambois detention centre in Switzerland, and former asylum-seeker Pitchou Kitima, led by Kees Brienen.
Jean-Michel Claude is the director of the Frambois administrative detention centre near Geneva, Switzerland. He opened the doors of the Swiss detention centre to a camera crew.
Congolese asylum-seeker Pitchou Kitima once lived in the Frambois centre. He now has a residence permit for Switzerland.
Kees Brienen is Programme Curator at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA). He has years of experience curating programmes for IDFA, Paradiso’s Cinema Digitaal and VPRO’s Nachtpodium, staying on the lookout for new developments on the cutting edge of film, visual arts and new media.