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Directed by
Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi

USA / 2014 / 94

East Coast Premiere
In French and Wolof with English subtitles

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Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi
LIMITED TICKETS are available at UPSTATE FILMS in RHINEBECK for the Rhinebeck screening.

In the spring of 2011, Senegal was pitched into crisis when President Abdoulaye Wade decided to change the constitution to allow for a third term. An artist-led youth movement - the Y'en a Marre (Enough is Enough) -- erupted to protect one of Africa's oldest and most stable democracies. Fourteen candidates ran for president. Incorruptible follows the main players: incumbent President Wade, opposition candidate Macky Sall and music superstar Youssou Ndour, along with the Y'en a Marre movement. Displaying passion, exuberance, corruption, religious ploys, a call for accountability, collaboration, and the registration of 300,000 new voters, the results were stunning. More people voted than ever before in the history of independent Senegal. Macky Sall, running on a platform of reform and anti-corruption, won. The film explores this transition and asks: after you unite against something, what do you then unite for? With democracies around the world under siege, Incorruptible offers hope, while honestly examining the sustainability of a peoples' movement and the role youth are taking to shape the future. Inspiring!

Elizabeth "Chai" Vasarhelyi's films as a director include Meru, winner of the "Audience Award for U.S. Documentary" at Sundance 2015; Youssou N'Dour: I Bring What I Love (Oscilloscope), which premiered at the Telluride and Toronto Film Festivals; A Normal Life (Tribeca Film Festival, Best Documentary, 2003) and Touba (SXSW, Special Jury Prize Best Cinematography, 2013). Vasarhelyi has participated in the Good Pitch and received grants from the Sundance Institute, the Ford Foundation, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Bertha Britdoc, the William and Mary Greve Foundation and the National Endowment of the Arts. She holds a B.A. in Comparative Literature from Princeton University and lives between New York City and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Cast/Featuring: Fadel Barro, Abdoulaye Bathily, Thijs Berman, Jean-Pierre Pierre-Bloch, Amath Dansokho, Mamina Diedou
Executive Producer(s): Edward Tyler Nahem, Hadeel Ibrahim, Stephen Hendel
Producer(s): Edward Tyler Nahem
Director(s): Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi
Cinematographer(s): Andrew Berends
Editor(s): Jay Freund
Composer(s)/Music: Akon, Mark Batson
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