Morocco

  • Narrative feature
    90 minutes / 2016
    Director: Raouf sebbahi
    Country: Morocco
    Life is a starting point and an end point. The film tells the return trip of thirty Moroccan immigrants from the emigrate country to their home country in a bus. Spin many events among a group of characters forced to coexist within a single space and narrow and it’s IN A BUS despite the differences of their worlds and their cultural backgrounds from the extremist to the prostitute passing the revolutionary MARXIST and the musicians and others the experience becomes an interesting laboratory of events bringing us from northern Morocco to the south in an almost closed space with all the esthetic and the absurdity of a travel. It's the life that we travel.

     

  • Narrative short
    29 minutes / 2016
    Director: Mohamed Aouad
    Country: Morocco
    Driss is a respected and proud fisherman who lives in a Village in the north of Morocco. He lives with his only son, Adil, 16, on one of the Small terraces of the village. After the departure of his wife, relationship with his son became very conflictual. Adil decides to leave too, letting Driss sink in grief, guilt, disappointment and alcohol. Adil comes back out of love, but not for long.

  • Narrative short
    24 minutes / 2017
    Director: Walid Ayoub
    Country: Morocco
    In order to participate in a journalism contest, Sami, a dreamy young man, Starts writing of a report on Abbas, an atypical killer he has known since childhood…

     

  • Narrative short
    5:30 minutes / 2016
    Director: Boussaber Lahoucine
    Country: Morocco
    A beautiful girl with psychological problems, it is still in her room and doses of all kinds of drugs, these psychological problems because of the physical problem, the problem that society does not accept.

     

  • Documentary feature length
    60 minutes / 2016
    Director: Sonia Terrab
    Country: Morocco
    It’s summer in Casablanca, Morocco. A young theater group translates Shakespeare's " A Midsummer Night's Dream" in darija, the Moroccan dialect, and takes the floor of the streets to stage it and ask people around about it, and about love, and language: how do Moroccans say I love you? A lively portrait of Casablanca the unloved, carried by an inspired Arab youth, full of hope and desire for art, happiness and freedom….