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Saturday, August 27, 2016

Klee Benally's 'Powerlines' shows in France


'Powerlines' now subtitled in French

Special to Censored News

PARIS -- On July 31st Klee Benally presented his feature film ‘Power Lines’ in Montreuil, near Paris, at La Comedia. The movie was very successful as well from non-professional audience as from professionals who found the filming, the pictures and the story wonderful. The music is also great and we are impatiently waiting for the numbers played in the movie to be release as an album.
The film was subtitled by Christine Prat who also translated Klee’s presentation.
We thank Eric who organized the show and La Comedia for housing it. We also thank Sylvana Quaglia, who has been running a venue called ‘Portail Coucou’ for 30 years in Salon de Provence, who came specially from the South to Montreuil with her daughter, to see the movie and offers to organize screening in and around Marseilles. And we thank the members of CSIA-nitassinan and Idle No More France for being there and supporting the movie.
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