Aïssa Maïga is a Senegal-born French actress, director, writer, producer, and activist. Ce lundi 2 mars, les équipes de TPMP ont sans surprise évoqué les César et le sacre de Roman Polanski. La réalisatrice a reproché à l'auditoire majoritairement blanc de ne pas donner une vraie place aux acteurs noirs. , Vogue cites Maïga as their “French style crush” and says she has “never once disappointed”, Maïga challenges the “just rolled out of bed” Parisian style and opts for a look that is glamorous and elegant. , Maïga was an ambassador for AMREF's Stand Up for African Mothers Campaign (SU4AM). , Rise to stardom and international career (2012—present), DiasporAct red carpet anti-racism protest at Cannes, "French Actress Aissa Maiga on Her Eye-Opening Bestseller 'My Profession is Not Black, "Aïssa Maïga Brought the Fight for Representation to Cannes", "Aïssa Maïga: the French African actress trying to conquer Hollywood", "Au bord des larmes, Aïssa Maïga (Il a déjà tes yeux) évoque son éducation après la mort de son père assassiné (VIDEO)", "«Escale fatale»: Aïssa Maïga, comédienne et militante", "Other films: Bamako | Orchestra Seats | Satan | The Number 23 | School for Scoundrels", "Cristina Comencini takes on interracial love in 'Bianco e Nero, "Festival du Cinema Italien de Bastia - festivals", "Michel Gondry's 'Mood Indigo' Starring Audrey Tautou Acquired by Drafthouse Films", "Watch Aïssa Maïga in Fish Out of Water French Dramedy, 'The African Doctor,' Now Streaming on Netflix", "The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind review – Chiwetel Ejiofor's charming directorial debut", "Why Adèle Haenel's walkout over Roman Polanski matters", "French cinema is still refusing to face its racism", "My job is not 'being Black': 16 French Black actresses take a stand against erasure", "Black Actresses Raise Cannes Cry Against Racism", "Actresses take a stand as film industry racism continues", "BME actors stage red-carpet anti-racism protest at Cannes", "#BlackCesars: une trentaine de stars dénoncent le manque de diversité du cinéma français", "The speech that stunned an all-white French Oscars audience into embarrassed silence", "Uganda: France Reaches Out to Ugandan Midwives", "Meet Aïssa Maïga, Your New French Girl Style Crush", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Aïssa_Maïga&oldid=982161801, Knights of the National Order of Merit (France), Chevaliers of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Bastia Italian Film Festival - Best Actress, This page was last edited on 6 October 2020, at 14:27. VIDEO Aïssa Maïga évoque l'assassinat de son père et la mort de son frère, emporté par la maladie le 16 mai 2018 à 22h08 Deux salles, deux ambiances ! We are living in a world where we are trying to break from the past and define what we want from the future. César 2020 : Nadine Morano assume son tweet jugé raciste contre Aïssa Maïga et explose sur LCI, "Je m'en fous, j'en ai ras-le-bol !" Si vous pensez que certaines images peuvent enfreindre vos droits d’auteur et si vous ne voulez pas qu’elles apparaissent sur ce site, s’il vous plaît laissez un message avec le formulaire de contact et nous allons les supprimer. , Maïga was nominated for a César Award for Most Promising Actress for her role in Abderrahmane Sissako’s Malian drama Bamako (2006) and became the first French actress of African descent to ever receive a nomination, thereby becoming the most visible black actress working in France. : Aïssa Maïga, présidente des collectifs 50/50 et Noire n'est pas mon métier. , Maïga starred alongside Audrey Tatou and Romain Duris in Michel Gondry's surreal and whimsical Mood Indigo (2014). The intention of the open letter was to shed light on the absence of Black, Arab, and Asian performers and filmmakers in the nominations for the event. , Bianco e nero (2008) starring Maïga and Favio Volo was the first successful and mainstream Italian film to tackle interracial romance. She was the lead female character—Agnes Kamkwamba—and the film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and was added to Netflix on March 1st, 2019. Le contenu basé sur des rumeurs, des informations trouvée sur internet et des opinions personnelles, nous ne pouvons en aucun cas garantir la véracité des informations contenues dans ce site, si vous trouvez une erreur laissez nous un message nous nous chargerons d’y remédier au plus vite. Mais elle est aussi une heureuse et fière maman. C'est sûrement le rôle le lpus mportant de sa vie : celui de mère. , “I’ve often asked myself why I’m one of the only black actresses to work in a country as racially mixed as France.”—Aïssa Maïga, Black is Not My Job, The DiasporAct group published a book called Noire n’est pas mon métier (which means 'Black is not my job') (ed. Here Maïga (along with singer Zazie, international fencing champion Laura Flessel, former midwife Mathilde de Calan who works at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and AMREF France's Haweya Mohamed) met Ugandan midwife Esther Madudu at the Katine Health Centre, took part in an outreach mission, and visited the Masaka School of Midwifery and Comprehensive Nursing in Kampala and the Tiriri Health Centre IV in Soroti.  In 2009, Maïga won Best Actress for Bianco e nero (2008) at the Festival du Cinema Italien de Bastia. In 2013 AMREF Africa organised a trip for French SU4AM ambassadors to visit Uganda for events in collaboration with French midwives to support their colleagues in Africa. Nous contacter. The book was a success in France and has sparked debate about minority representation, and with these newly opened doors the group has aimed to continue to spread the message to combat racism within the French film industry and media.. , "We survived whitewashing, blackface, tonnes of dealer roles, housekeepers with a Bwana accent, we survived the roles of terrorists, all the roles of hypersexualised girls...but we are not going to leave French cinema alone. Maïga has worked with major auteurs like Michael Haneke, Abderrahmane Sissako and Michel Gondry, and recently starred in Chiwetel Ejiofor’s directorial debut.. Maïga is an advocate for inclusion and has been vocal about racial discrimination in the film industry throughout her career. Son corps de rêve et ses formes nous font tous rêver. Sa première apparition au cinéma, Aïssa Maïga l'a réalisée face à Richard Bohringer et Yvan Attal dans Saraka Bô. Un discours qui a, au passage, embarrassé Vincent Cassel. Once the filming was over, she dedicated herself to the book and contacted a group of performers to bring many perspectives to the project. Elle joue dans Mystère à la tour Eiffel, diffusé sur France 2 le 11 janvier. Rare actrice noire qui ait réussi à se hisser en haut de l’affiche, Aïssa Maïga est née le 25 mai 1975 à Dakar, au Sénégal. , Maïga has collaborated with fifteen other black actresses and French personalities to create the DiasporAct collective. The few roles available in the industry for black actors and actresses are usually racial stereotypes and Maïga uses her platform to challenge this and encourage change. , In 2018, Maïga premiered in the Irish RTE crime series Taken Down (2018—present) written by Stuart Carolan and her role was received with critical acclaim. Seuil). , Maïga is an advocate for inclusion and has been vocal about racial discrimination in the film industry throughout her career. The speech was unexpected and contrasted with the congratulatory speeches that had taken place throughout the evening, the predominantly white audience of the "French Oscars" were all frozen in silent surprise and discomfort.  All members of the group wore matching black and white ensembles created by Balmain's mixed-race designer Olivier Rousteing who told Vogue: “I think we are really at a huge turning point in every industry, whether film, or fashion, or music. , Maïga was born in Dakar, Senegal to a Malian father and Senegalese mother. Née d'un père malien et d'une mère sénégalaise, Aïssa Maïga s'installe avec sa famille en France alors qu'elle a quatre ans. Si vous continuez à utiliser ce dernier, nous considérerons que vous acceptez l'utilisation des cookies. Aïssa Maïga - Découvrez en un clic toutes les photos publiées sur cette personnalité par la rédaction de Public.fr. Maïga was inspired to speak out and create the DiasporAct collective after realising she was often the sole performer of colour to receive top billing and awards season attention—despite the abundance of diverse talent around her. En plateau, Isabelle Morini-Bosc n’a pas hésité à tacler le discours d’Aïssa Maïga. « Et vous, vous y allez », a commenté l’animateur de C8, un brin gêné. , Maïga co-starred with Chiwetel Ejiofor in his joint film with Netflix set during the Malawian food crisis in the 2000s, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (2019). Merci. Aïssa Maïga a mal débuté son discours en s’en prenant à la très américaine question des quotas et de la discrimination positive, lesquelles sont difficilement applicables en France. Et sera à l'affiche de la comédie Il a déjà tes yeux. , Maïga and 30 fellow actors of colour all spoke out against the lack of diversity among those nominated for a 2020 César award in an open letter entitled '#BlackCesars' that was published just before the awards ceremony. La plupart des images utilisées sur ce blog, ont été recueillies en ligne, mais les droits d’auteur sont réservés aux photographes ou aux modèles.  The essays in this book featured a response to the lack of representation and inclusion that black actresses face in French cinema, as well as the stereotypical portrayal of black people whenever they are included.  During a press conference that featured the group, Maïga told Agence France-Presse that setting up a racial quota in the French film industry is a potential option for combating the lack of onscreen diversity, and acknowledged that this could spark strong opposition in France. Nous utilisons des cookies pour vous garantir la meilleure expérience sur notre site. Vous pouvez regarder ses photos et contastater que son physique et sa silhouette n'ont rien à envier aux autres célébrités. Sur le plateau de Je t'aime,etc. Maïga and the DiasporAct collective held a peaceful anti-racism protest as they went into the premiere of Lee Chang-dong’s FIPRESCI Prize–winning film, Burning at the 71st Annual Cannes Film Festival in 2018. Her father, Mohamed Maïga was murdered in 1987, a few months before the Head of State in Burkina Faso was killed in a coup.  In 2016, Maïga starred in the Netflix film The African Doctor (2016) alongside Belgian Congo actor Marc Zinga.   Maïga has worked with major auteurs like Michael Haneke, Abderrahmane Sissako and Michel Gondry, and recently starred in Chiwetel Ejiofor’s directorial debut. The book details the inequity and racism black women face in the French film industry and outlines personal stories and casting experiences specific to black actresses, and came to fruition amid the #MeToo movement and the Cannes festival that had a wave of calls for inclusion. , Maïga is a leading figure in a new wave of activism by people of colour in French cinema in response to the lack of black representation in French films. Le meilleur de la 45e Cérémonie des César > can.al/Cesar2020 Related Videos , She moved to France when she was 4 years old to live with her aunt and uncle. NB : Ce site existe uniquement pour divertir les internautes. Par Le 10 août 2012 à 17h28 mis à jour 09 mars 2013 à 21h02 . Aïssa Maïga sa taille son poids , Voila toutes les informations que vous devez connaître sur votre actrice Française préférée. , Before Maïga went to Malawi in 2017 to film Chiwetel Ejiofor’s adaptation of The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (2019), Maïga wrote the essay that would become the book’s forward. (VIDEO) "Un air de Mireille Darc" : … Aïssa Maïga n'a pas convaincu les internautes ce 28 février lors de son discours aux César, prônant la diversité. , On the night of the 45th César awards, Maïga gave a speech calling out the lack of diversity in French cinema. Comédienne française talentueuse venue du Sénégal, Aïssa Maïga est connue pour sa présence à l'écran et son charisme. Maïga was joined on the Cannes red carpet by Oliver Schmitz and producer Danny Glover. Aïssa Maïga is a Senegal-born French actress, director, writer, producer, and activist. , Maïga landed a role alongside Yvan Attal in Denis Amart's Saraka Bô (1996), her acting was well received and she went on to play a rebellious young girl in Michael Haneke's Code Unknown (2000) and his later film Caché (2005). 143.3k Followers, 1,322 Following, 719 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Aïssa Maïga (@aissamaiga) Aïssa Maïga a été submergée par l'émotion en évoquant le souvenir de son père, assassiné lorsqu'elle avait 8 ans. Her work in Cédric Klapisch's Russian Dolls (2005) cemented her role as a notable performer in French cinema. Regarder Eric Zemmour charge Aïssa Maïga et son discours pendant les César 2020 sur Zapping "—Aïssa Maïga, 2020 César awards, When Roman Polanski was awarded Best Director later in the ceremony, Maïga walked out along with Adèle Haenel to join the protestors outside the awards ceremony who were chanting "Polanski is a rapist". The group consists of Maïga, Nadège Beausson-Diagne, Mata Gabin, Maïmouna Gueye, Eye Haïdara, Rachel Khan, Sara Martins, Marie-Philomène Nga, Sabine Pakora, Firmine Richard, Sonia Rolland, Magaajyia Silberfeld, Shirley Souagnon, Assa Sylla, Karidja Touré, and France Zobda.  The group of women stood at the top of the red carpet steps at the festival and raised their fists while dancing joyously to the Rihanna song Diamonds to protest the racial bias and discrimination that is rampant within the French film industry. Her family comes from a small town in the region of Gao—near the Sahara desert—and her father is of the Songhay people. I believe in the power of women, I have since I was a little boy, and this moment means a lot to me.”, The clear message of the protest, combined with the recently released book to back it up, was met positively—the consequent media reports talked of their beauty, style and courage—and the group hope that the industry will continue to evolve to be more inclusive. https://www.franceinter.fr/emissions/l-instant-m/l-instant-m-22-janvier-2020 Maïga began her speech by greeting the 12 black people (out of the 1,600 guests) and proceeded to outline the ways in which black people and their stories are systemically ignored in French media, TV, and cinema.  That same year, an anthology film called Paris, je t’aime (2006) was also premiered at Cannes and Maïga was the female lead in the short film directed by South African filmmaker Oliver Schmitz. Aïssa Maïga est à l'affiche de "Escale fatale", une nouvelle série irlandaise coproduite par Arte. Maïga grew up in Dakar but would go to Mali on holidays as a child to spend time with her grandmother, uncles, aunts, and cousins.