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JCC 2010
 
 

Palmarès JCC 2010


Tanit d'or pour la meilleure œuvre de long-métrage
Microphone de Ahmed ABDALLAH - Egypte

Tanit d'argent pour un film de long-métrage
Voyage à Alger de abdelkrim BAHLOUL - Algerie

Tanit de bronze pour un film de long-métrage
La Mosquée de Daoud Aouled SYADN Maroc
 
 
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    Film d’ouverture

      L’HOMME QUI CRIE de Mahmat SALEH HAROUN - Tchad ( 2010 )

    Né en 1961 à Abéché (Tchad), il a 8 ans lorsqu’il voit son premier film. Il part en exil à 17 ...

     
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EDITO DORA BOUCHOUCHA

What will Carthage Film Festival look like in ten years?

As this session coincides with the celebration of cinema and youth, the question is more relevant than ever. Although it is nearly half century old, Carthage Film Festival is a festival of today. It has become a tradition, with its figures and its habitués…
However, the prestige it confers does not come without responsibilities. As the dean of all Arab and African events; Carthage Film Festival must be turned towards the future.
While preparing this session, we tried to take into account the new realities that we think will mark cinema from our countries for the coming years such as the two new competitive sessions of the festival : the documentary competition, because cinema is ever more based on reality and the national short film competition as an echo to the vitality of production.
Encouraging screenwriting through the Projects’ Workshop grants, organising meetings with professionals through the Producers’ Network, the new initiative of supporting one or two films in post-production, reflecting on the use and perception of the cinematographic image through the Symposium and the Extraordinary General Assembly of the FIPRESCI, are among others, activities that the festival encourages to accompany filmmakers through all the stages of production. Young film lovers will also be at honour with the Children’s Jury and the bulletin published by nine high school students we will invite to debate with directors and actors.
Cinema remains a place of celebration, of exchange, of debates and of dreams, and dreams translate the future.

Dora Bouchoucha

Production : Propaganda Réalisation : Hinde Boujemaa