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Everything Must Fall
© Uhuru Productions
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AUTEUR(S)-RÉALISATEUR(S)

Rehad Desai

AUTEUR(S)

Anita Khanna

IMAGE

Duncan Tilley

MONTAGE

Megan Gill, Arya Lalloo, Geert Veuskens

PRODUCTION / DIFFUSION

Anita Khanna, Zivia Desai, Uhuru Productions

ORGANISME(S) DÉTENTEUR(S) ou DÉPOSITAIRE(S)

Deckert Distribution GmbH, Icarus Films

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  • Afrique du Sud | 2018 | 85 minutes
  • Un film de Rehad Desai

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When South African universities raised their fees in 2015, initially peaceful protests were held at the University of the Witwatersrand (commonly known as Wits). #feesmustfall became the battle cry for those struggling to keep school affordable and to prevent the poorer black population from being excluded from a decent education. Poverty was already rampant before the fee hike, with thousands of mainly black students dependent on food banks on a daily basis.
Here, four prominent student leaders and others talk about their role in what happened when the board of the university realized they couldn’t stop the protest, opting to call in a massive police force. In a day-by-day recapitulation of events featuring footage from the battleground itself, Everything Must Fall shows how the conflict escalated and sowed division among university staff. Besides indignant rage, all the testimonies expose a deep desire to eradicate traditional power relationships and fundamental inequality among the genders and races. The call for freely accessible, decolonized education rings louder and louder.

When South African universities raised their fees in 2015, initially peaceful protests were held at the University of the Witwatersrand (commonly known as Wits). #feesmustfall became the battle cry for those struggling to keep school affordable and to prevent the poorer black population from being excluded from a decent education. Poverty was already rampant before the fee hike, with thousands of mainly black students dependent on food banks on a daily basis.
Here, four prominent student leaders and others talk about their role in what happened when the board of the university realized they couldn’t stop the protest, opting to call in a massive police force. In a day-by-day recapitulation of events featuring footage from the battleground itself, Everything Must Fall shows how the conflict escalated and sowed division among university staff. Besides indignant rage, all the testimonies expose a deep desire to eradicate traditional power relationships and fundamental inequality among the genders and races. The call for freely accessible, decolonized education rings louder and louder.

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