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Because of the pandemic Covid-19 now raging in the world, the auditions and filming are deferred. However, we still encourage you to submit, your applications will be kept and considered !

The Malagasy Way – The Original Soundtrack !

You can buy the original music of ADY GASY (The Malagasy Way) on this website, by clicking on the button “"Acheter" (Buy)”.
The main writer/composer of the original soundtrack is a musician from the South of Madagascar, Rejao Refaralahy, alias JAO. He is also one of the main casts of « Ady Gasy, The Malagasy Way ». During 6 days, he took part to an artist's workshop, with some musicians and mpihira gasy (Milanto, Mirana and Blandine, Fred and Sily from the Raedisamimanana band) with whom he never worked before.
The aim of the workshop was to set up a show at the end of the film.

We can find these musics in this CD, some of them has been recorded in studio, while the others has been exported directly from the movie. We also find among the original soundtrack, three songs from Piarakandro's album, a band specialized in Beko (a traditional music from the South of Madagascar) created by Jao in 2007 : Tany Be (Big Land), Fiainan’isanandro (Everyday Life) and Fitiava Vinola.

Tracklist :

1. Paika Maneno (vers. studio) – 1:36
2. Fiainan’isanandro (Everyday Life) (vers. studio) – 4:07
3. Ho an’ny tanindrazana (For the motherland) (vers. studio) – 3:42
4. Tsik’izao (Us) (vers. live) – 1:21
5. Namako (My Friend) (vers. live) – 3:37
6. Tany Be (Big Land) (vers. studio) – 3:03
7. Dihy Gasy (Malagasy Dance) (vers. live) – 1:00
8. Soa fa tadidy (I Can Remember) (vers. studio) – 4:03
9. Indray andro (One Day) (vers. studio) – 1:51
10. Fanondranana Politiciens (Exporting Politicians) (vers. live) – 1:03
11. Fitiava Vinola (vers. studio) – 3:32
12. Tsy misy mangidy (Nothing's bitter) (vers. studio) – 4:10
13. Jao Tsapiky (vers. live) – 2:13
14. Katsa (vers. studio) – 0:59
15. Namako (My Friend) (vers. studio) – 3:35

We'll be in Cannes !

African Cinema,,en,Stone in hand,,en - Stone in hand
“Why is Madagascar so rich but so poor ? What does the presence of foreigners in Africa hide ? This fiction is inspired by a true story.”

Our new project, “African, cinema !” directed by Haminiaina Ratovoarivony, is selected to “La Fabrique des Cinémas du Monde“, is a a professional programme helping talented young directors along with their producer, included in the Festival de Cannes. Therefore, the two producers, Nantenaina and Eva Lova, along with the director will be in Cannes.


To learn more about the project “African, cinema!”:


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