|2015. Italia – Burkina Faso 14 min|
|Director:||Jean Hamado Tiemtore|
|Producers:||Marta Ampolo, Andrea Federico, Hamado Tientoré|
|Script:||Jean Hamado Tiemtore, Marta Ampolo|
|Photography Director:||Andrea Federico|
|Acknowledgements:||Vinzenzo Pellegrino, John George Odour, Patrick K. Marende, Vivianne Mary Aggya, Anna Maria Ceregalli, Adriana Canoci, Maria Flo Mariathas, Padre Gianni Capaccione, Padre Carlo Castelli, Al coro, Valentina Meo, Mario Spiros Rugge, Comboniani Lecce, Migrantes|
In the Bambara language, in Burkina Faso, the term Kandia, composed of the words Kan (voice) and Dia (beauty), means the good voice, but also the beauty that the voice produces. In the heart of Lecce, in Puglia, a choir of voices singing their own humanity. They sing in Italian, Tamil, Swahili… An example of integration and encounter between peoples.
Nonviolence themes: RACIAL, MORAL, RELIGIOUS, ECONOMIC
FICNOVA recognises in the film the effort to show how the approach to the “stranger”, knowing their cultures, allows mutual enrichment. Western culture, suffocated in its individualism, has a lot to learn, especially in the experience of bonding with others, beyond personal beliefs.