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The global transmedia is build as a creative and civic response. GHOSTDANCE proposes to fight against the phenomenon of homocide, feminicide or transgender murders through dance education with the younger generations and thus transmit the values of gender equality. Through gestures and body movements, GHOSTDANCE brings together choreographers and activists to make these crimes visible, to awaken consciences and influence behaviour, beyond gender, in order to fight for equal rights. Composed of an animated feature film, a dance documentary series and an educative platform, GHOSTDANCE is an ode to the resistance addressed to the younger generations. Through dance and cinema, GHOSTDANCE raises awareness and educates about gender equality.

Nicolas BLIES & Stéphane HUEBER-BLIES

Authors & film directors

  • Brothers Nicolas Blies and Stéphane Hueber-Blies are authors and a fillmmaking duo. They write, produce and direct their films together. Zero Impunity (2018) is their first feature film. They develop social impact films mixing the traditional world of cinema with that of new media exploring themes such as sexual violence in wartime (Zero Impunity), femicide or exclusion. In 2011 they co-founded the production company a_BAHN based in Luxembourg and quickly oriented the company's productions towards activist and committed productions.They also seized the opportunity to develop a_BAHN's productions in new formats, especially virtual reality, notably through Vincent Ravalec's feature-length Fan Club with Sylvie Testud, Mathieu Kassovitz, Denis Lavant and also through Jan Kounen’s films, Ayahuasca and 7 Lives. Committed feminists, they are currently involved in the creation of an European network of film producers and activists establishing an Ethics and Feminist Charter for the audiovisual field.

Brothers Nicolas Blies and Stéphane Hueber-Blies are authors and a fillmmaking duo. They write, produce and direct their films together. Zero Impunity (2018) is their first feature film. They develop social impact films mixing the traditional world of cinema with that of new media exploring themes such as sexual violence in wartime (Zero Impunity), femicide or exclusion. In 2011 they co-founded the production company a_BAHN based in Luxembourg and quickly oriented the company's productions towards activist and committed productions.They also seized the opportunity to develop a_BAHN's productions in new formats, especially virtual reality, notably through Vincent Ravalec's feature-length Fan Club with Sylvie Testud, Mathieu Kassovitz, Denis Lavant and also through Jan Kounen’s films, Ayahuasca and 7 Lives. Committed feminists, they are currently involved in the creation of an European network of film producers and activists establishing an Ethics and Feminist Charter for the audiovisual field.

After completing her master’s in sociology, Kim O'Bomsawin launched her career as a documentary filmmaker. O’Bomsawin, of Abenaki origin, has worked on numerousproductions for several broadcasters. She recently wrote and directed the feature length documentaries Quiet Killing and Teweikan revived. She is currently working onnew documentaries, including one about Native justice (Radio Canada) and another one on childhood (NFB). Also coming soon, a film about the universe of the Innu poetJoséphine Bacon (Radio Canada).In addition to her passion for indigenous issues, her education in sociology has helped her become a versatile filmmaker with a keen interest in everything related to thehuman condition.

Kim O'BOMSAWIN

Co-author

  • After completing her master’s in sociology, Kim O'Bomsawin launched her career as a documentary filmmaker. O’Bomsawin, of Abenaki origin, has worked on numerousproductions for several broadcasters. She recently wrote and directed the feature length documentaries Quiet Killing and Teweikan revived. She is currently working onnew documentaries, including one about Native justice (Radio Canada) and another one on childhood (NFB). Also coming soon, a film about the universe of the Innu poetJoséphine Bacon (Radio Canada).In addition to her passion for indigenous issues, her education in sociology has helped her become a versatile filmmaker with a keen interest in everything related to thehuman condition.

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