This popular festival, dedicated to Arab and African films, has flooded many Tunisians since November 3, despite attacks on Tunisian mainland a few days ago.
"Fatwa" Tanit Gold, "Yomeddine", Silver Tanit
"Fatwa," directed by Mahmoud Ben Mahmoud, co-produced by the Dardenne brothers, follows a father who returned from France to ask his son, and he found himself a member of a radical Islamic organization. Ahmed Hafiane, who plays his father, emerges as the best actor.
Silver Tanit was awarded to the Egyptian road movie "Yomeddine" about a narrative story with young and patient and Nubian orphans looking for his roots all over the country.
"Yomeddine" ("Judgment Day") is the first work of A.B. Shawky, 32, Egyptian and Austrian coach. He competed directly at Cannes in 2018 with Palme d 'Or.
Documentary Award: "Amal", a film censored in Egypt
Golden Tanit, a documentary film awarded to the Egyptian documentary "Amal" censored in his country, provided Egyptian women with a place for 2011's revolution through the life of a reckless teenager.
Many of the police were deployed in the city center to ensure safety while the crowd was participating in the fence after the organizer made the sign of "tolerance, openness and love".