Winner of the FIPRESCI award at the Quinzaine des Réalisateurs in Cannes, Rengaine (or Hold Back to English-speaking audiences) is the pinnacle of fearless, raw, no-budget digital filmmaking.
Director Rachid Djaïdani (boxing champion, novelist, actor, filmmaker) uses extreme close-ups, rapid editing and ultra-turbulent street-level camerawork for a topical and energetic variant of Romeo and Juliet.
In line with the filmmakers of the New Wave cinema, Djaïdiani nods to John Cassavetes with this freewheeling analysis of attitudes to race and religion in modern-day France.
Rengaine is part of Abandon Normal Devices festival, hosted in 2013 by FACT. For further information on the rest of the AND festival programme visit www.andfestival.org.uk
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