I am Chance follows the microcosm of a group of street savvy girls in the surprisingly bright, pop and artistic megacity of Kinshasa.
Astute, sassy and resilient, Chancelvie and her friends take on the world, fighting and nurturing, stealing and sharing, turning tricks and making art.
Vibrant and exuberant, Kinshasa itself becomes a character in the film, combining its voice with that of the girls.
Production : Wajnbrosse Productions (Catherine Boes & Marc-Henri Wajnberg)
Coproduction : RG & Créatifs Associés (RDC), Eva Production (France), CBA, RTBF (Unité documentaire), Canvas, Voo et Be tv, Canal+ International
With the support of the Center du Cinéma et de l’Audiovisuel of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, Tax Shelter of the Belgian Federal Government via Belga Productions, Telenet, the Brussels-Capital Region, Trust Merchant Bank, Fondation Jean-François Peterbroek, Groupe Forrest International and its foundations Rachel Forrest and George Arthur Forrest
International sales: Celluloid Dreams