Touria, Joséphine and Dominique come from French Polynesia and have been working for many years as prostitutes on Curiol street in Marseille. At a time when their street is undergoing far-reaching changes, they tell us about their lives and their trade.
about the author
Julian Ballester is a documentary filmmaker from France currently residing in Barcelona. His film Rue Curiol («Curiol Street») was completed as part of his Master’s degree with the financial support of région PACA. Having lived in France, Spain and Canada, Julian is passionate about cities, identity and personal and social transformations.
Festival FIFI 2013 – Saint Germains de Salles (Francija); Festival Chéries-Chéris, Paris LGBT Film Festival 2013 (Francija); KO&Digital Festival de Cine Solidario 2013 – Sant Sadurni (Španija); Rencontres Régionales des Vidéos Urbaines 2013 – Marseille (Francija); Festival Andalesgai, Andalusian LGBT Film Fest 2013 – Sevilla (Španija); Festival International des Programme Audiovisuel (FIPA) 2014 – Biarritz (Francija); Festival International du Documentaire Océanien (FIFO) 2014 – Papete (Tahiti).