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Spring Grant 2012 - Production Stage

Dalila Ennadre / Feature Documentary / Morocco, Algeria, France, United Arab Emirates, Qatar / 2012 / 81 min / Colour / Original Language: Arabic / Interests: Women, Documentary, Youth, Immigration, Identity


This film is a cry from the heart of the Medina of Casablanca for its inhabitants and their memory but, above all, for a more humanitarian world. At night, the Medina is embodied by the figure of a draped woman who rides through the alleys. Her mysterious voice comes out of the silence, speaking to the world she once welcomed with open arms; a world which has betrayed her through a stifling economic environment. Her testimony and that of its inhabitants will feed the narrative structure of the film in a poetic way, mixing magic and reality.


Dalila Ennadre
Dalila Ennadre
Khalid Djilali, Jose Reynes

About the Director

Dalila Ennadre was born in 1966 in Casablanca, Morocco. After growing up in Paris from 1985 to 1996, she moved to Guyana, Germany, Morocco and Canada. With a self-taught background, she has directed several documentary films on subjects related to Moroccan society. Her films have won awards at documentary film festivals around the world.

Awards and Festival History


Dubai International Film Festival 2013, in Muhr Arab Documentary Category (UAE)


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