The Marrakech film festival has come to a close after awarding the top Golden Star to a first film from Lebanon ‘‘Very Big Shot’. Mir-Jean Bou
The heart of Marrakech is beating to the rhythm of its international film festival which is in its fifteenth year. Headed by iconic US director
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As a way to encourage young filmmakers and ensure the future of Moroccan film-making, the Marrakech festival also invites students from across the
Since he first hit the big screen in 1985, he has impressed both mainstream and art-house audiences alike. As a result, the Marrakech International
American screen goddess Sharon Stone and Egyptian screen legend Adil Imam stole the limelight as they, along with a number of international stars, posed for the fans and the media ahead of the festival’s opening ceremony. Last year, the festival paid a special tribute to Indian cinema. This year, it is the turn of the Scandinavian cinema with a retrospective of no less than 41 films spanning from 1928 to 2013 and coming from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
Nine days and 100 films later the International Film Festival of Marrakech concluded with the awards ceremony. British director John Boorman