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I recall the rudimentary fishing boats, known as pirogues, that we used to take across the water to a small island known as Ile de N'Gor.
Films released by ArtMattan Films include Kirikou and the Sorceress, The Tracker, Gospel Hill, Scheherazade, Tell Me a Story, The Pirogue and most recently Jews of Egypt and Tango Negro: The African Roots of Tango.
At the centre was the canoe-shaped Pirogue sofa bed--lacquered, of course.
As a special surprise, Princess Tiana takes Prince Naveen on a canoe ride into the bayou to see many large bonfires on the shores, lighting the way for Papa Noel, who is a mysterious Christmas visitor in red traveling in a pirogue pulled by alligators.
Management at exclusive, four-star La Pirogue Hotel, where the wedding party stayed, con-firmed Gavin and his new wife tied the knot there on August 27.
Travellers can engage in tracking of habituated gorilla groups, take pirogue rides along lush river systems, go for game drives in the savannah, take night drives, walk along lush forest streams and salines, or spend time at the productive forest bais which shape this unique eco-zone.
La pirogue polynesienne illustre cette reappropriation des symboles culturels du passe oceanien pour revendiquer les racines ma'ohi des Polynesiens.
AfricAvenir, in partnership with the Franco Namibian Cultural Centre (FNCC) will show once more the Senegalese/French feature film La Pirogue, directed by Moussa Toure, on Wednesday, 12 February 2014, 18h30, at the FNCC.
La pirogue du Senegalais Moussa Toure remporte le Grand prix du 10eme festival Cinema et migrations
Boys learn to sail a traditional pirogue boat in the beautiful fishing village of Anakao, in one of Madagascar's poorest regions
Brami Celentano (2002) explore la (re)valorisation du suif, de la pirogue et du tatouage parmi les jeunes Tahitiens.
Other movies to be featured during the week include the Academy Award nominee for Best Foreign Language Film 2012 Monsieur Lazhar by Philippe Falardeau, an intense family drama based on a true story EC perdre la raison -Our Children- by Joachim Lafosse, the acclaimed Cannes title La Pirogue -The Pirogue- by Moussa Toure and the 2012 Berlinale Silver Bear winner L'enfant d'en haut --Sister- by Ursula Meier.
Other titles that will be screened during this dedicated week include the heartfelt animation Ernest et Celestine (Ernest & Celestine) by Stephane Aubier, Benjamin Renner and Vincent Patar, a short film Champs-Elysees Je T'aime by Qatari Director Mahdi Ali Ali, from the Arab world the poignant story of Yema by Djamila Sahraoui, the dark fairytale Androman -- De Sang et de Charbon (Androman -- Blood and Coal) by Az Larabe Alaoui, the Academy Award nominee for Best Foreign Language Film 2012 Monsieur Lazhar by Philippe Falardeau, an intense family drama based on a true story EC perdre la raison (Our Children) by Joachim Lafosse, the acclaimed Cannes title La Pirogue (The Pirogue) by Moussa Toure and the 2012 Berlinale Silver Bear winner L'enfant d'en haut (Sister) by Ursula Meier.