Nannan; Alternative art explorations #Martinique.

Nannan; Alternative art explorations #Martinique.

Nannan is a travel diary taking you through Martinique, at the heart of the process of creation, and featuring several artists working on contemporary projects in dance, the visual arts, and music. From hip hop to contemporary dance, from photography to the renewed traditional arts of the island, Nannan lifts the curtain on a West Indian artistic stage, revealing young and less young artists, with an original approach often unknown to the general public. Communities rub shoulders with each other, innovate, and constantly question tradition.


Nannan; Alternative art explorations #Martinique.


Aymeric Cattenoz + Christian Foret

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French, with English subtitles

Type / Genre:

Documentary Feature


60 minutes


All Ages


  • Fri 22 Sept, 2.30pm UWI Film Programme
  • Mon 25 Sept, 1.30pm, MovieTowne POS, Screen 7 Q+A

T+T Premiere

About the Director(s):

Aymeric Cattenoz

 Aymeric Cattenoz

Aymeric Cattenoz is a young explorer of faraway lands and their traditional habits. He aims to make people discover alternative art forms from those countries, particularly the Middle-East ones.

Christian Foret

Christian Foret is well-known throughout the Martinique audiovisual sector, and has worked on a lot of cinematic projects. He’s been directing creative documentaries since 2008, describing the society he lives in, observing, constantly questioning life.

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