For his film "Fatwa", co-produced by Brother Dardenne, Mahmoud Ben Mahmoud won the Golden Tanit at Carthage Film Days and ended Saturday night. Belga news agency reported in Tunis. He also puts the price of the best male performance in his pocket. The 29th annual Carthage Film Festival (CGC) festival took place in the heart of the Tunisian capital from 3 to 10 November. Tunisian filmmaker Marmoud Ben Mahmoud at the closing ceremony on Saturday night at the Tunis City of Culture filmed his movie Fatwa Dardenne River Dardenne Brothers.
Golden Tanit is the most prestigious object in CGC. It has the name of the lunar calendar of ancient Carthage, adopts its symbolic shape, and the triangle is surrounded by a horizontal line and a circle.
Since his movie actor Ahmed Hafiane won the Best Male Performance award, his feature film "Fatwa" received a double prize in the fiction film category. He played a leading role in Tunisian Brahim Nadhour, a French resident who returned to Tunisia to ask his son who died in a motorcycle accident. Brahim, who discovered Marwan young people working in radical Islamic organizations, decided to investigate to understand the root causes of radicalism and to identify those who had injections.
During the competition week, the film "Fatwa" mobilized the audience in the Tunisian theater before the opening session.
Fatwa, which was announced as the world premiere at the Ghent Festival in October, was selected twice by the JCC in Tunisia.