The association Kamea Meah was created in 2011 to carry the documentary film En Quête de Sens, by Nathanaël Coste and Marc de la Ménardière. From self-production to self-distribution in cinema, the collective experience around this documentary has been rich and many know-how has been mobilized.
A platform for creation, self-production and documentary dissemination
Kamea Meah's team wanted to share these new skills by accompanying independent filmmakers, from the filming of their films to their distribution. It organizes seminars to accompany self-production in the Drôme.
A broadcast that focuses on the local
Thanks to local support in cinemas and third-class venues in France, the association helps broadcast "out of the box" documentaries, which are often self-produced without subsidies, which raise questions that shake up.
An atypical mode of distribution
By federating local citizen energies or associative associations during cinemas, the association makes the link with the cinemas and allows a wide and varied public to find themselves around films that give reflection.
The headquarters of the association is installed since September 2014 in the Drôme, in Aouste sur Sye, in the premises of Renc'arts, an association promoting artistic and cultural encounters.