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The Carthage Film Festival ends: Tunisian film about extremism wins Golden Tanit


On Saturday night, on November 10, 2018, the curtain was closed for the 29th Carthage Film Festival, during which more than 200 films from 47 countries were screened in official and mosaic sections, including 54 Arabs.

A number of political figures, including Hamma Hammami, the People's Front Speaker, as well as a number of Tunisian and Arab cultural figures including Syrian officials Ayman Zidane and Abdel Monei Amir, attended this session.

Final Night Tunisian film "Fatwa" by Mahmoud Ben Mahmoud (Tunisia) was crowned with the Golden Tanit Prize for best feature, while the "Brothers" movie won Golden Talent for the best short film.

She has been awarded the Golden Tanit Award for Best Documentary in Documentary Films, while "Asdaa" Nicola Khoury (Lebanon) won the Golden Tanit Award for Best Short Feature Film.

Tunisian actor Ahmed Al-Hafian was crowned Best Person Award and "Travelers War" won an audience award.

A number of actors and directors have expressed their luck in the coronation they received from the most prestigious Arab festival.

Ahmed al-Hafian said in his statement to the "source" that the project was submitted by Mahmoud bin Mahmoud Sadiq and speaks of the early in Tunisia, stressing that victory is inevitable if the case is just.

Al-Hafian added that economic, social and political issues are an excuse to talk about everything that man is, and that man is the center of every story and every question, his injuries, feelings and all that lives.

His director, Jude Said, the director of "Rolling Travelers," who tells the story of the actor Ayman Zeidan's virtual tour during the Syrian war, called on all Tunisians to see his four-a-side film.

Said said the film tells the ordinary dream of the Syrčans about living in peace and gaining the simplest elements of life, such as water and electricity.

Movies at the Carthage Film Festival 2018

Official Competition for Feature Films:

– Golden Tanit Award: "Fatwa" by Mahmouda Ben Mahmoud (Tunisia)
– Silver Tanit Award: "Judgment Day" Abu Bakr Shawqi (Egypt)
– Bronze Tanit Award: "War Travelers" Good Said (Syria)
– Best Person's Award: Ahmed Hafian / Film "Fatwa" (Tunisia)
– Best female performance: Samantha Mukasia / "My Friend" (Kenya)
– Best Screenplay: Soba Mudo (Kenya)
– Best music: "My Friend" (Kenya)
– Best Picture: "War passengers" (Syria)
Special mention: The film "Sufiyya" Maryam Ben Mubarak (Morocco)
Special mention: "Makila" Machiri Akwa Bahangu (Democratic Republic of Congo)

Official Short Film Competition:

– Golden Tanit: Film "Brothers" Mariam Joubar (Tunisia)
– Silver Tanit: "House Lalo" by Kelly Calley (Boys)
– Tanit Bronze: "Astra" movie for fight Qayqa (Tunisia)
– Special mention: "Flower Shop" Shamekh Bouslama (Tunisia)

Audience price: "War Trailers" Good Said (Syria)

Official Documentary Competition:

– Golden Tanit Award: "Amal" by Mohamed Siam (Egypt)
– Silver Tanit Award: "Come on" to Amal Ramses (Egypt)
– Tanit Bronze Award: "Tars, The Road to Visual" by Ghassan Halawani (Lebanon)

Official Short Documentary Competition:

– Golden Tanit Award: "Echoes" by Nicola Khoury (Lebanon)
– Silver Tanit Award: I signed Petition Mahdi Fleifel (Palestine)
– Tanit Bronze: "Kidugu" by Mamadou Khama Guy (Senegal)

Prizes for the first job:
– TV5Mund TV Award: "Sufiya" (long feature) Maryam Ben Mubarak (Morocco)
– Al-Taher Shariah Award: "Sufi" by Maryam Mubarak (Morocco)
– Special mention: "Vahavalu" (long document) by Mary Clemence Spice (Madagascar)

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