Rabat – The ninth Meknes Fiction TV Pageant will happen from March 6 to 11, paying tribute to acclaimed Moroccan actors Malika El Omari and Mohamed El Jem.
The actors have spent a long time establishing themselves as cultural emblems and capturing the hearts of Moroccan audiences. The competition will honor their creative abilities and their dedication to tv.
El Omari has lengthy entertained the Moroccan public and displayed immense expertise in actually embodying her roles. The actress has labored with a number of the biggest Moroccan administrators and playwrights, notably Larbi Bennani, Mohamed Tazi, and Souheil Ben Barka.
An actor and humorist, El Jem started his profession with Morocco’s Nationwide Theater and went on to star in a number of profitable sitcoms together with “Si Marbouh Household” and “Sir Hta Tji.” The actor has starred within the 2015 movie “Chahadat Al Hayat.”
The director and founding father of the Meknes Fiction TV Pageant, Mahmoud Bellahcen, organized this yr’s occasion in partnership with the Ministry of Tradition, the Regional Council of Fez-Meknes, and the municipality of Meknes.
Bellahcen launched a partnership with the French Embassy in Morocco and La Rochelle TV Fiction Pageant to determine a writing residency for the primary time.
A writing residency is usually a retreat expertise designed to assist writers pursue their artistic progress.
Along with the residency, the competition will host a seminar on easy methods to write for tv.
The competition options three TV movies and sequence competitions. In complete, 9 works bearing on numerous social points are collaborating.
Moroccan director and producer Eyad Al Khazouz will chair the jury of the official sequence competitors. The opposite jurors are Lebanese journalist and actress Stephanie Saliba and Moroccan actress Hafida Baadi.
Hassan Esmili will chair the TV movie jury, and the opposite jurors are Moroccan actress and director Majida Benkirane and Egyptian actor Ahmed Abdelaziz.
Saudi Arabia and Switzerland are set to compete for the primary time in the perfect international fiction class.
The eighth Meknes Fiction TV Pageant welcomed 200 attendees in 2019. “Ali Ya Ali” by Abdelhay Iraki gained the grand prize for the TV film class, whereas Mohamed Amine Mouna gained the perfect sequence prize with “L’Usine.”
The competition goals to facilitate cultural alternate whereas selling tourism to learn the town of Meknes.