Moroccan director Said Khallaf will participate with his feature film “A mile in my shoes” at the International Film Festival in Durban, South Africa, to be held from 16 to 26 June, 2016. “A mile in my shoes” had, remember, won the grand prize of the 17th edition of the National Film Festival in Tangier, in addition to the award for best actor for Amine Naji and the best actress for Fatima Harandi (a.k.a, Raouia) and the award for best music for Mohamed Osama. This film was also awarded the Gold Award for best feature film at the 4th edition of the Arab and European Film Festival of Luxor in Egypt.
“A mile in my shoes” describes a social drama through the story of a street child, who struggles to live in dignity, away from the horrors of crime and delinquency. After Durban, the film “A mile in my shoes” will participate in the next edition of the Khouribga Festival of African Cinema from 16 to 23 July, and in the Arab Film Festival in Brussels in September. Said Khallaf is currently preparing his second feature film which he completes the scenario. The director plans to present his project to the support committee for the production of films during its next session.