Tunisia will be the first Arabic country to screen « Much Loved », still prohibited in Morroco

Unless a change occurs, Much Loved will be screened at least twice in Tunisia, at the 26th edition of Carthage Film Festival, taking place from the 21st – 28th of November 2015. This production by Franco-Moroccan, Nabil Ayouch is also competing for the Tanit D’Or, the award for arabo-african cinema.  However, the film is still banned in…

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Broadcast, Film, Music Africa Conference (BFMA) 2015

Theme: Afriwood Rising II When: 28 – 29 October 2015 Where: Nairobi – Kenya Who& What: BFMA gathers broadcast executives, producers, advertising agency executives, regulators, academics, policy makers, content providers, animators, script writer and other creative industry professionals to promote their service, exchange ideas, discuss industry issues, make deals, engage and network. Features included: workshops,…

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Conference on the role of African Cinema Encounters : Practitionners vote to keep festivals

As part of the Khourigba Film Festival, professionals met to discuss the relevance of an African cinema festival on the continent. A general consensus was that festivals were needed to promote and enhance the collaboration between the Arabian and African film world. They added that festivals are the best place to discover new initiatives and…

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