Tunis plays host to Insaniyyat Film Festival, Sep. 20-25

The Tunisian Film Library announced Monday the screenings scheduled for this week as part of the Insaniyyat Film Festival.

 

The event falls within the broad programme of the International Forum of Humanities and Social Sciences “Insaniyyat” organised in its first edition on September 20-24 at the City of Culture and the Manouba University Campus.

 

A selection of Arab and African films will be screened on September 20-25 at the City of Culture.

 

They are works produced between 1968 and 2021 by filmmakers who have left their imprint on African and Arab cinema, such as Le Mandat by Senegalese Ousmane Sembène (1968), Tilai by Burkinabe Idrissa Ouedraogo (1990), It Must Be Heaven by Palestinian Elia Suleiman (2020).

 

 

 

Here follows the festival’s programme:

 

 

 

September 20:
HEREMAKONO, Abderrahmane Sissako, 2002, Mauritania, 95′
FÉLICITÉ, Alain Gomis, 2017, Senegal, 120′
INSURRECTION, Jilani Saadi, 2021, Tunisia, 105′

September 21:
SUR LA PLANCHE, Leïla Kilani, 2010, Morocco, 106′
LE Mandat, Ousmane Sembène, 1968, Senegal, 105′
LE DISQUALIFIÉ, Hamza Ouni, 2020, Tunisia, 114′

September 22:

 

Three short films by Ateyyat El Abnoudy
CHEVAL DE BOUE, 1971, Egypt,12′
LE SANDWICH, 1975, Egypt, 12′
PERMISSIBLE DREAMS, 1983,Egypt, 31′
DANS MA TÊTE UN ROND POINT, Hassen Ferhani, 2015, Algeria, 100′
LES BALISEURS DU DÉSERT, Nacer Khemir, 1984, Tunisia, 95′

September 23:
LA FEMME DU FOSSOYEUR, Khadar Ayderus Ahmed, 2021, Somalia, 82′
LES RÊVES DE LA VILLE, Mohamad Malas,1984, Syria, 120′
THE LAST OF US, Alaeddine Slim, 2016, Tunisia, 94′

September 24:
TILAI, Idrissa Ouedraogo, 1990, Burkina Faso, 81′
EN ROUTE POUR LE MILLIARD, Dieudo Hamadi, 2020, Congo, 80′
20h00 : ARAB, Fadhel Jaïbi & Fadhel Jaziri, 1988, Tunisia, 95′

September 25:
IRRADIÉS, Rithy Panh, 2020, Cambodia, 88′
LA PETITE VENDEUSE DE SOLEIL, Djibril Diop Mambéty, 1998, Senegal, 45′
LE FRANC, Djibril Diop Mambéty, 1994, Senegal, 45’
IT MUST BE HEAVEN, Elia Suleiman, 2020, Palestine, 97′

 

Source: Tap News Agency