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Survival Visa

Spring Grant 2013 - Production Stage
Current project status: Completed

Nadia Rais / Short Narrative / Tunisia, Qatar / 2014 / 10 min / Original Language: Arabic / Interests: Animation

Synopsis

TV presenter: ‘We regret to inform you that the end of the world is scheduled for the month of December 2012. This unfortunate event will be brought about by an asteroid colliding with Earth. The National Agency for World Survival (NAWS) is organising auditions, to be broadcast on TV, for those wishing to obtain a visa for survival.’ This humorous animated short film tells how some will manage to obtain a visa for survival on the eve of doomsday, while others are granted free counselling on how to make it into paradise.

Credits

Director
Nadia Rais
Screenwriter
Nadia Rais
Producer
Imed Marzouk

About the Director

Nadia Raïs was born in Tunis in 1967. She has a Masters degree in art science and techniques, specialising in graphic design. She worked for two years on a feature-length animated film as an animator and illustrator, then spent several years working in advertising, on campaigns and animated films. She is a founding member of the Tunisian Association for Animated Movies. Recently, Raïs began exhibiting her paintings. Her short films are ‘L'Ambouba’ (2009) and ‘L'Mrayet’ (2011).

Production Company Profile

Propaganda Production was founded in 2002 by Imed Marzouk and Nejib Belkadhi. Propaganda produces short, feature and documentary films. These have included Belkadhi’s ‘VHS Kahloucha’ (2006), which was an Official Selection at the Cannes Film Festival, screened in competition at Sundance and won a Gold Muhr at the Dubai International Film Festival. Short films include Belkadhi’s ‘Tsawer’ (2005), Walid Mattar’s ‘Condamnations’ (2010) and ‘Offerings’ (2011), Malik Amara’s ‘Linge Sale’ (2010) and Nadia Raïs’s ‘L’Mrayet’ (2011).

Contacts

  • Main Contact

    Imed Marzouk

    Company: 
    Propaganda Productions
    Phone: 
    +216 7174 4815

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