JCC 2018: All winners of the 29th edition



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The 29th edition of Carthage Film Days ended on November 11. The names of the winners were revealed at the closing ceremony held at the Cité de la Culture. It should be noted that 44 fiction films and documentaries, between short and long, were in official competition.

Here are the winners of the Film Days of Carthage: 7

Official Feature Competition:

Tanit Dourado: "Fatwa" by Mahmoud Ben Mahmoud (Tunisia)
Silver Tanit: "Yomeddine" by Abu Bakr Shawky (Egypt)
Bronze Tanit: "The Unfinished Journey" by Joud Said (Syria)
Best Picture Award: "The Unfinished Journey" by Joud Said (Syria)
Best Music Award: Film "Rafiki", by Wanuri Kahiu (Kenya)
Best Screenplay Award: "Supa Modo" by Likarion Wai Naina (Kenya)
Best Actor Award: Ahmed Hafiane for his role in the film "Fatwa", by Mahmoud Ben Mahmoud (Tunisia)
Best Actress Award: Samantha Mugatsia for her role in the film "Rafiki" by Wanuri Kahiu (Kenya)

Special mention:
– "Sofia" by Meryem Ben M'Barek (Morocco)
– "Maki & # 39; LA" by Ekwa Bahango (Congo DR)

Audience Award: "The Unfinished Journey" by Joud Said (Syria)

Official Competition for Fiction Short Films:

The Golden Tanit: "Brotherhood" by Meryem Joobeur (Tunisia)
The Silver Tanit: "Casa de Lalo" by Kelley Kali (Benin)
Bronze Tanit: "Astra" by Nidhal Guiga (Tunisia)

Special mention: "The Flower Girl" Chamakh Bouslama (Tunisia)

Official Contest of feature film documentaries:

The Golden Tanit: "Amal" of Mohamed Siam (Egypt)
The Silver Tanit: "You come from afar" by Amal Ramsis (Egypt)
Bronze Tanit: "Cleared, Rise of the Invisible" by Ghassen Halwani (Lebanon)

Official short documentary competition:

The Golden Tanit: "Resonances" by Nicolas Khoury (Lebanon)
The Silver Tanit: "I signed the petition" by Mahdi Fleifel (Palestine)
Bronze Tanit: "Kedougou" by Mamadou Khouma Gueye (Senegal)

First Job Contest:

TV5Monde price: "Sofia" by Meriem Ben M'Barek (Morocco)
Taher Cheriaa Award: "Sofia" by Meriem Ben M'Barek (Morocco)
Special mention the feature-length documentary "Fahavalo" by Marie-Clemence Paes (Madagascar).

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