I Am (Not) A Monster
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I Am (Not) A Monster

  • Nelly Ben Hayoun Stépanian
  • 98 min
  • United Kingdom
  • 2019
  • Documentary
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With creativity and critical reflections as tools, Ben Hayoun’s outstanding I’m (Not) A Monster wants to create global action and a more equal world.

Based on Hannah Arendt’s philosophical works, Nelly Ben Hayoun – director, researcher, feminist and founder of The University of the Underground – throws herself into an unconventional and inspiring trip around the world. The aim is to find the source of knowledge. She brings us to conversations with Noam Chomsky, Pussy Riot’s Nadja Tolokonnikova as well as Arendt’s old student, the anthropologist Arjun Appadurai among many others. An incredibly fascinating film that tries to pave the way to the source of knowledge, but which does not provide a simple answer, but points out the importance of always asking questions.

- Clarice Goulart

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Original title
I Am (Not) A Monster
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  • Feminism
  • Kolonialism
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  • Politik
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Director: Nelly Ben Hayoun Stépanian

Dubbed the ‘Willy Wonka of Design’, award-winning Director, Designer of Experiences and filmmaker Nelly Ben Hayoun-Stépanian is an explorer that aims to bring the sublime to life and who creates multi-dimensional experiential projects at the intersection of science, theatre, politics, music and design. Ben Hayoun is the author and director of three feature length documentaries.

Wayne D'Cruz
Nelly Ben Hayoun
Fiona Braillon
David Potter
Pussy Riot, RVNG Intl
Magid Magid, Novmichi Tosa, Leo Botstein, Takako Furukawa, Brewster Kahle, Nelly Ben Hayoun, Neil Harbisson, Noam Chomsky, Kanjuro Kiritake II, Adrienn Almásy, Hisa Uzawa, Zach Lieberman, Allan McRobie, Richard Bernstein, Sarah Steele, Efrem Amare, Nadezhda Andreyevna Tolokonnikova, Takayuki Takahashi, Roger Berkowitz, Metasebia Endalamaw, Hiroshi Ishiguro, Arjun Appadurai