Allary. Itinérances, a festival around travel, adventure and reporting, is back this

Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 January 2022, at Allaire (Morbihan), the audiovisual festival, Itinérances, will highlight wild lands, little-known cultures or unusual modes of travel. It will also be an opportunity to talk with reporters or adventurers, such as navigator Yvan Bourgnon. “In this period of constraints, we would like to go far away and breathe the sea air”, say the organizers.

Documentaries and travelogues

The works presented are photographs or films, documentaries or travelogues. Each screening is followed by a discussion with the author. “The objective is to promote the exchange of experiences and to make people want to know more”, explains Thomas, animator of the association Center for leisure and cultural activities (Clac), which organizes the event.

The festival will be an opportunity to discover three exhibitions: photographs of Bouthan by Yann Rollo Van de Vyver; pastels by Anne Lazerus; and sculptures from the Un vélo pour tous association.

The screenings will start on Saturday

The screenings will begin Saturday, at 8:30 p.m., with a documentary on the Rastafari movement, an investigation into the origins of this too often caricatured spirituality. Then, Yvan Bourgnon, renowned skipper, will talk about his catamaran adventure from Alaska to Greenland.

On Sunday, from 2.30 p.m., Jade Mietton will talk about her meeting with the Tuareg who live in France. Finally, the public will be able to discover the story of a postman who left Redon for Switzerland on a bicycle. “All the discussions will be led by the actors of the company Orange Givrée, which has some mind-blowing surprises in store for us”, conclude the organizers

Saturday January 22, 2022, from 7:30 p.m., and Sunday January 23, 2022, at 2:30 p.m., at the Maison du temps libre. Price: €8. No catering.




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